I've come to prefer climbing sticks to hang fixed-position stands. It seems that to get a stand up about 22 feet, which is my favorite elevation for a stand, all you need is a set of climbing sticks and about 6 or 7 screw in steps and you're good to go. Of course they have their advantages and disadvantages, but they are certainly nice to use. Climbing sticks seem to speed the job and they also allow the stand to be moved a lot easier if you find that you are just outside the range of the deer movement when trying a newer spot. Your thoughts? I'm always interested in learning new tips and tricks for bowhunting.