I used to have a Pro-series shop close by that I could order a bow from, even though they didn't have much inventory. Now I have to drive hours just to order a S4 (which I am looking at). I could go to my local Martin dealer, but I would have to get a Mystic because he is not a pro dealer. He mostly inventories PSE, Hoyt, Mathews, and Browning with couple of Bear Odyssey II bows for the kiddies. Basically anything he gets from you guys is a special order, which he does 3-4 times a year and doesn't mind doing. Wouldn't it be in everyones interest for me to buy an S4 from him? You sell a bow, he circulates a Martin through his shop, I get the bow I would rather have, AND a bright red Martin S4 shows up at the range every other week (that's called advertising). I understand Martin needs to protect territories of its Pro dealers, but that makes no sense here. This is territory where you guys need to be excited about every sale you get, and simply be glad I want your bow that much. I am not very pleased about driving 3 hours each way to make a deposit when I should be at work, and then repeating that process again when it comes in just to get a pro series bow. Anyone else run into this? I can't be the only one. Let me end with this, Martin makes the best bows at the fairest price!