Some time ago, I bought the HavocTec which I absolutely loved. At that time, it was their top of the line model ($700 for the bare bow) and it was just prior to the cam 1/2 technology I believe. 3 years after I bought the bow, I dropped it out of my treestand [8|] and damaged the main cam. I called my dealer who then called Hoyt to only find out they don't make parts for this bow anymore and that I was basically SOL.
I know, I know, I shouldn't have dropped it out of my stand but sometimes stuff happens. My point is, it is incomprehensible to me that they would stop making parts for their top of the line bow after only a few years.
After a couple of years of searching, I was able to find the cam I needed to repair it by searching a bow-hunting forum. For me, and this is personal opinion/preference only, I think most of the manufacturers make quality equipment so I put more of a value on service. Hoyt dropped the ball for me and I will never purchase another one of their bows.