I've used Wasp heads for a long time. They were the first broadheads I used when I started bowhunting some 20 years ago. The company dropped off the map for a bit, but they're back in a big way. The Drone is a compact, 3-blade head available in 100- and 125-grain configurations. I'm a fan of heavy arrow setups; thus I opt for the 125. The added weight in the ferrule also makes for a super-stout head that's darned near impossible to break. And, like all WASP heads, it's 100 percent made in America. For $29.99, you get three heads and a set of replacement blades.