I hunt with a Scott Exxus and shoot indoors with a Scott Longhorn pro. Both have about the size frame and feel to me except the Exxus is a thumb release and the Longhorn a back tension. Thumb releases are great for hunting because you lock them on the string and your ready nothing tethered to your wrist. The Exxus has a crisp trigger and uses a sear firing mechanism, the down side of these type of thumb releases they are more expensive, must be cocked, and have a slight noise when it goes off. Probably the most popular thumb releases are the caliber type, they are easier to load on the string and silent. Tru Ball makes some nice hunting caliper type thumb releases. The Scott Exxus is no longer made or serviced by Scott.
The older I get the better I was.