With the many options out in the market, and with many people suggesting different things, listening and reading on all these choices may actually be more confusing than helping one be more enlightened about what bow to get. Many bows are built for the long run, with good maintenance, so it really may not be necessary to be buying a new bow after 3 years of usage. So, you do not have to be envious and always look to get the newest one in the market. In fact, it may also be a good idea to keep the bow you have, and further customize it to your liking with accessories that you can purchase independently. With good maintenance, a bow can be used for even over 10 years, with only needing to change some parts like the string. Otherwise, it can still perform the same way it did when you first purchased it.