I bought the NAP2000 earlier this year and it now takes residence in my tackle box of archery gadget misfits.
Things I liked about it: The thought of zero fletching contact
Things I didn't like about it: It was noisy when shot (not on draw)
It had a tendancy to jump on draw (even with new and improved cable slide)
When transfered from old bow to new bow , the launcher arm set screw stripped (a little too easily) , but NAP was good about replacing it free of charge.
When shooting , I noticed alot of up & down fliers and after exstensive investigation , I found out the launcher arms weren't rising to the exact same location on every shot.
Although I think this rest has alot of potential with some custom modifications , I will not use it for hunting.
I'm sure alot of others have had good results , but I think more people need to fess up to the bad results also , so you can make an educated decision on purchasing one.
"Nocked,cocked & ready to rock"