In preparation for an upcoming Namibia hunt that will include eland I decided to see what broadhead gave the best penetration. My set up has plenty of oomph shooting a 500.5 grain Easton Axis FMJ 340 at 267 fps but eland are no small animal and I like both an entrance and exit with multiple blades. For testing I made a target of 12 inch by 12 inch boxes to 30 inches in length filled with four layers of 3-inch camping mat foam as the internal organs and muscle, with 1/4 inch birch plywood as bone on two sides and another layer of cardboard glued on the outside of that as skin to mimic an animal overall. It's not perfect, but it is good and more importantly, it's consistent. All shots were from 20 yards, a typical shot out of a blind. Of the tests I've seen recently most seem to be just one shot of a few head into a media. That doesn't take into account any variations. so for each head had three shots and an average of those was taken. The broadheads were mostly cut on contact, the DRT broadheads in both single and double bevel, and the Solid Legend, along with my tried and true Slick Tricks Magnum chisel point head and the G5 Montec to include a 3 bladed cut on contact out of curiousity. All are 125 grain. I paid for them all, and while I have a preference for the Slick Tricks because they work well on average sized animals and they are built like a tank, I don't (or didn't) think they are the best at penetration. RESULTS All performed well, breaking through both boards, all intact. Again, this is an average of three shots. Slick Trick Magnum- 75.37 cm. Yes, I'm just as surprised as you. almost 7 cm (almost 3 inches) over the DRT's is significant. DRT -BOTH-68.7 cm. The single bevel was deeper two of the three shots, but overall no difference. The single bevel did spin through the target with different blade angles from the entrance to exit but I'm skeptical whether it assists through bone as Dr. Ashby claims. It also beat the Slick Trick once having 81 cm of penetration, but only once. Their weight collar had a small lip that seemed to cause some drag that may have slowed it. Solid Legend- 65.65 cm, a little wider than the DRT and that added up to some friction I'm guessing. G5 Montec-63.73 cm. This is consistent with Dr. Ashby's findings concerning 3-bladed heads. CONCLUSION. honestly you won't go wrong with any of them. I'm sticking with Slick Ticks, though they may have company in the quiver.