When Prime decided to build their shortest bow ever and still use Centergy™ technology—which achieves better bow balance by centering the bow's grip—they had to do some major redesigns. The first and most notable is the Logic's split limbs, a first for Prime. The second was the widest set of parallel cams the Michigan-based company has ever built (and that's saying something). Finally, Prime designed a new platform for the whole setup; the new Swerve™ riser sports a unique curve that's meant to keep the top and bottom parts of the riser working in unison. As a fairly short bow, it's no surprise that the Logic stacks a bit more on the draw and rolls over a little harder than past Primes, but totally manageable, and all the other great shooting qualities you expect from this brand are there: good valley, solid wall, and dead in the hand. ($1,099, G5 Prime) Specs: Axle-axle: 31", Brace height: 7", Weight: 4.3 lbs., IBO: 330 fps.