Some other items of note I find interesting.
There is roughly a 18% success rate on archery bucks based on archery stamp holders.
PGC cited overall buck success rate about 20%.
Roughly 50% of license holders have archery stamps yet only 38% of bucks were killed in archery.
My armchair analysis, that would indicate the season allocations are probably generically "fair" within statistical significance, and a couple extra weeks of archery would not cause the sky to fall. Even with crossbows.
And there are plenty of deer left for rifles because that is just the take, there are many legal bucks surviving rifle seasons now. PGC studies are documenting very low kill rates in the big woods. Smaller woodlots are obviously more dependent on highly varying levels of hunting pressure, basically for most people that own limited acreage, what your neighbors do has a huge impact. Those aren't PGC issues necessarily or indictments of their deer program, they more are private land management issues.