Another option if you're on a budget is look for a used bow.
Many quality bows can be had that are hardly used, 2-3 years old for half the price.
Lot of guys have to have the latest and greatest uber-cool, flagship model every year. The bow manuf. know this and introduce new top-of-the-line models every year or so to capitalize on this.
For instance I bought the flagship Hoyt Trykon XL. The following year they introduced the Vectrix, following year the Katera, and so on.
A great bow 2 years ago is still a great bow today, the deer cant tell the difference.
A buddy of mine bought a matthews the same time I bought mine. Probly has been shot less than 150 times. He's been talkin about getting a new one.
Paid $700-800 new and he'll probly be lucky to get $250-300 out of it when he sells.
Might be your best option for cheap quality----Ken