I was in the same boat
My Hoyt Rampage XT is a 32" ATA is very fast accurate & light but with the very aggressive cams I have to be in top shape to draw it had a shoulder injury 2 years ago & almost gave up that season like HM stated it is mostly the cam design that affects how hard or easy it is to draw not the length of the bow
longer brace heights affect this also shorter brace heights will be harder to draw less forgiving on a "not so good shot" but are generally faster
I would look for a bow with a brace height of around 7" & mild cams
don't get stuck in the name game get a bow that is comfortable for you & try as many as you can
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