That's same way I've been with the bears this year. They will go from 40 yards to 10 or 30 to 45 in a matter of seconds. If I was stand hunting over acorns it wouldn't be a problem. But trying to slip within bow range of a traveling animal, range and adjust sight is just to much.Here's why I don't like a one pin sight. The buck I killed last year at 12pm. He was cruising a ridge and caught me off guard at that time of the day. By the time I saw him, he was about 30 yds moving away. I ranged him at 35, came to full draw, and by the time I'm on him, he's behind some brush. I let down, hit the grunt call, he turns on a dime, and comes to 12 yds under the tree. I couldn't have made all those adjustments in the heat of the hunt like that with a one pin. And I'm just not a fan of holding high or low unless its 2 or 3 yds. That's within my acceptable hold range.