I have not been on this forum for quite a few years. A couple of requests for test data on HEX limbs brought me back. Unfortunately, Photobucket changing their policy toward linking pictures to forums resulted in the charts in my testing threads to disappear. I have extracted some HEX charts from my database into a pdf file that I have sent to folks on request. I am hoping to collect a lot of the discussion content and combine it back with my charts and eventually post on a website. In the meantime it is great to see how Border is continuing to push the edge of the envelop with their designs. The HEX8 data that I have acquired is remarkable. I keep asking myself when the super recurve design will reach its limit, but it just keeps moving forward at an ever increasing rate. I am currently shooting 27 pound HEX6 limbs on a 27 inch riser. It is a monster 74 inch stringwalking bow. The bow is setup for FITA field and provides me with excellent sight points all the way out to 50 meters. That is pretty amazing for a bow that measures just 32.5 pounds at my 32 inch draw length. I have shot many of the HEX models, and frankly, they are excellent. Even the older models continue to excel against other companies limbs on the market today. The real joy of HEX limbs is the journey. I feel fortunate to have been able to see the evolution from an analytical perspective, as well as shooting in competition. I cannot imagine what is coming next.