I'm considering ordering a take-down recurve bow, and I'd like some suggestions. I haven't loosed an arrow in decades, and even then it was with toy fiberglass bows and cheap throw away arrows. I want to get a bow that will be powerful enough to ethically kill small to medium sized game, but light enough to learn on. I'm pretty sure I want to stay around 35# or under. If I decide I want to start bow hunting deer sized game, I'd probably get a more powerful (but compound) bow. For now, the simplicity of a more traditional bow without cams and pulleys all over the place is attractive to me, but the lack of a "let off" would be a big problem for me since my muscles aren't used to pulling a bowstring back. So, what would be a good starting draw weight to get for a casual shooter to learn on? Also, can you recommend any inexpensive take down bows that are available in the draw weight you think is best?