Its extremely popular. Watch most any outdoor show in TV and they will be bow hunting out of a blind. The biggest thing Ive noticed with blinds is the size. You want to make sure you get one big enough for you and your bow. A 1 man blind is not big enough. You'll need at least a 2 man style hub blind
I don't climb either, I hunt out of blind in Banks county and killed one opening day of bow season and killed one with my muzzleloader also out a blind. I like them, I can get more comfortable in a ground blind
We have used Ameristep, Double bull and a couple of others.
In all honesty we have had more success sitting in and around blow downs within bow range of trails (some are 15 yards some are 30). Just something else to look for. You can find or even create multiple places to set up. Just found 3 new places Sunday to set up from the ground.
I bought one of the original Double Bull blinds 30 years ago (before Primos bought them out) and I still use it. Has a few rips in the fabric and a couple of the net screen windows have torn, but I can stand up in it with a slight bend (I'm 6'1") and my son and I have room to sit comfortably without bumping into each other. Had to replace 2 broken poles, but that was years ago when they would ship out replacement parts for free. Not sure of the model but it was before the Matrix model came out. Had good results with bow and muzzleloader over the years and its still exciting hunting face to face with deer.
I bought the Ameristep Silent Brickhouse last summer after my knee replacement
and it has plenty of room for short axle bow or crossbow....Last year i used a simple folding stool with back rest and honestly it was comfortable for me...Low enough where arrow cleared the window and top cam was plenty clear of the roof...