STAMPEDE!!!!! nice picture! All my racks are screwed to the walls of our deer camp. Nothing fancy. We just use them as coat hooks, and hat racks. and bow racks. Each one of us knows which one are ours, but they don't matter much. They are more like souvieneers of the journey, than a destination on it's own. If I think about it next season, I will snap a few pictures. A couple of our hunters are well off, but I don't believe any of us have ever had a mount done. Though come to think of it, the guy who sometimes processes my deer meat also does taxadermy, and he has the shoulder mount on one side of the wall, and the rump on the other side of the wall, and tells kids, that the deer was running fast, came through, and got stuck!
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.