Yes, I know adjustable yardage, single-pin sights are all the rage and will be found on all "celebrity" hunters' bows, but here's the thing: Those sights are a pain in the butt to set up, they add one more step to the shot process, and they are simply unnecessary for the vast majority of bowhunting situations. Call me simple, but I much prefer a rugged, fixed-pin sight that has fewer moving parts and therefore fewer potential problems. I also don't see the need to spend as much as a decent bow costs for a sight. The Fix Series from Trophy Ridge is simple and reliable. I like micro-adjust knobs to expedite setup. You can get them in 3-, 5- or 7-pin setups. The 3-pin version will fit most situations, in my opinion. Starting at about $65, they're a great buy.