The numbers I saw said the Hoyt Vector 35 and CRX 35 only went to 31" and go for around $800 and $600 respectively. The Vector is smoother than the CRX with less vibration.
I don't know the specs of the Hoyt Carbon Element right off because the $1200-$1300 price tag scared me off before I looked them up - it shoots really nice though.
The BowTech Insanity CPXL goes to 32" but you will likely not find it much under $1000. This is the bow I originally expected to end up with, because my old bow had a 31" draw and I always wanted a BowTech. It just didn't have that smooth draw I was looking for, the tiny handle didn't fit my big hands comfortably, and had an extremely noticable vibration (almost like a tuning fork) after the shot. I'm sure these things could be overcome with add-ons, but it didn't sit right for me.
The Mathews Z9 will do 32" and I've seen it for $769. It's a little slower than many of the others, but has a huge brace height to add forgiveness for that long draw. It's absolutely the smoothest draw you will find. Even with a 312fps IBO, your draw length will kick that up to be shooting 320s with real arrows and a loaded bow.
The Mathews MR8 can go up to 33" and can be found for $859. It still has an 8" brace, so a pretty good compromise if you are a speed junky.
I'm not familiar with the specs for the current PSE and Bear models - I just wasn't a fan of how they felt.
They're all great bows. You may have your own brand preferences and will likely have a different set of charactistics that are important to you. Go to your local pro shop and shoot them for yourself.
Mathews Hēlim - 30” 70#
Sight: TruGlow Carbon XS
Stabilizer: Axion Gridlock 3”
Rest: Whisker Biscuit Power Shot
Quiver: ArrowWeb T5
Arrows: Carbon Express Maxima Blue Streak
(2” Blazer vanes)
Broadheads: Rage 2-blade
Last edited by dugjonz; 05-09-2012 at 06:05 AM.