I need some help on traveling to Africa with my bow for the second time and arrow setup. Last year I was advised to take a soft sided bow case and pack clothes all around my bow. well to accomplish this I had to take way more clothes than I wanted to and the bag was extremely heavy. In addition I didn't feel like that case was very protective of my arrows. I was contemplating taking a hard case this year and only packing in it 3 shirts and 3 pairs of pants plus boots. That's basically it as I am sick of way over packing for hunting when all I use when hunting are the same two pairs of pants over and over again. What are your thoughts on travel cases for my bow? Secondly I shoot a bowtech insanity cpxl at 75lbs and a 31" draw length. I shoot the 340 spin full metal jacket arrows. I also use the montec g5 broad heads in 100 gr. The problem with this setup is that if my arrows miss their target they blow up. On kudu and eland if I don't hit the shoulder the arrows pass all the way through and blow up. The only time I don't have arrows blow up is when I shoot middle of the shoulder at which point the animal running off rips my arrow in half. What should I do to get better life from my bowtech bullets? Lastly, I plan on doing 10k jogs every day on my hunts this year with my bow. Not hikes but jogs, aka keeping up with dogs. I have 6 shattered discs in my lower back and any packs on my back that add too much weight crater it. Is there a light pack that could hold my bow adequately enough to work and not kill my back? I've thought about letting the trackers carry my bow but I've seen how they abuse equipment on prior safaris so Im a little hesitant to go that route. Thanks for any advice in advance guys.