The Carbon Icon: For anyone who likes an ultralight bow and a bargain, the Icon weighs a mere 3.2 pounds, thanks to its carbon riser. It's short, but not crazy short, at 31 inches axle to axle, with a 7-inch brace height and an IBO speed of 335 fps. What really impressed me on the range is how little shock, vibration, and noise it produces for such a light and fairly fast bow. It sports Bowtech's Binary Cam System (as opposed to the Binary Overdrive System on the flagship models) and has a basic cable slide (as opposed to the FLX-Guard roller). But it does feature the new Powershift technology, in the form of a Flipdisc, which has two settings, Perfomance and Comfort. The real key here is the price. It's a lot of bow for $649, and you can get it all decked out with the company's R.A.K. (Ready. Aim. Kill.) package for another $100 or so.