Well, Little Franky, the RDT frankenbow by Tim Burkhardt, got here a bit ago. It is pretty cool, to say the least. It's 31 7/8" long, 14" ata uncocked, and 9 3/8" cocked. Tim "let it out" a bit to put less pressure on the limbs after one limb in the first set got a very small splinter (I think it's quite usable). It started out shooting in the high 380s, then a longer harness brought it down to about 365. One more change and put the new limb set in, and it's at 355 with a 400+ grain arrow. Plenty fast for me, and more available if I want it for some reason. It's, by far, the quietest crossbow I've shot. I thought my SS was quiet until I shot this. Machine work is very impressive. This will be my 2019 crossbow. It is so very different from what I've been shooting, I need to spend plenty of time getting used to it. It needs a Guardian so I don't destroy all the work with a brain fart. Many thanks to Tim. I've sent him some things as a thank you, but I'm still heavily on the debt side of the ledger. Still very, very thankful for the DTM hybrid that was a generous gift from Brian last year. It is still my #1 hunting bow. After passing on a medium 8 pt. twice last year, I hope to put a nice buck on the ground with it this year. Thanks again, Brian. I am blessed indeed.