Hello fellow Hunters, I'm definitely +1 with Red Leg on this Mark Sullivan person. I have watched part of only one of his videos, but had to eject it from my machine and give it back to the man who loaned it to me. The specific scene that put me off on Mr. Sullivan was: A buffalo was shot down but still alive, facing away from Sullivan and the camera lens, laying on the ground like a resting dog, but head up and looking about. Sullivan walked very slowly around this wretched beast, in a half circle until arriving within the buffalo's field of view. With that, the badly wounded animal gathered his hooves under himself and started toward his tormentors, only to be finally relieved of his misery and rage by a well placed brain shot from Sullivan. If Mark Sullivan is such a totally groovy sportsmanship-like guy, why did he not put that slug in through the back of the downed buffalo's neck vertebrae, just at the juncture of the neck and skull, as soon as possible after said buff went down, and then raised it's head, obviously still very alive? It looked to me like Sullivan was positioning himself in such a way so as to hope for a charge when the beast was finally able to see him strolling about in close proximity. Somebody enlighten me, because otherwise, evidently I am missing something here. Disgusted, Velo Dog (Paul Ard) Anchorage, Alaska.