I received a new Ten Point Stealth NXT yesterday and thought Id share some early info on the new bow. This is the new model TP that is similar to the Ravin, only without the rail-less design and the built in cocker teamed with a movable trigger carriage. One of the things I didn't care for with the Ravin is that if the cocking devise brakes there was no way to cock the bow, as the cocker is an primary part of the bow. The stealth has 3 different cocking methods available and all can be used on the bow. The one I chose is the AccuDraw crank. I haven't shot the bow yet. I took a few pics and weighed the bow. After installing the scope and foot stirrup the bow weighs 10.1lbs. When using the Accudraw the foot stirrup isn't required however I hate to stick the nose of my bows on the ground. The stirrup keeps the riser and limbs out of the dirt. I'll attach a few pictures here and follow up with my thought on the stealth's performance after shooting it.