I have hunted with both alum and carbon. I shoot both from time to time. my ross 334's really like 400 ICS bemans.
I shot some 2212's this afternoon and they shoot great. they seam to be alot more forgiving to a bad shot.
is it just me or are aluminum arrows easier to shoot. forget about durability straightness never changing and penetration. we all know carbon arrows have a lot of advantages, it just seams that aluminum arrows with all of their bad traits still really do shine as far as accuracy.
yes they do shoot good, but they just bend too easy for me. I like the advantages of carbon arrows more than the advantages of aluminum. #1 reason is the incread speed which means less pin gap, this could prove to be more accurate out in the field.