Being the relative archery newbie, I have to ask a question. I recently saw a show on The Outdoor Channel in which the hunter had a deer almost directly under his stand. He had drawn back, hoping the deer would turn before he reached the tree, but it didn't happen. So anyway, there he is ready to shoot with a "topside down" view of the deer. He didn't do it, but I have to wonder, could you? At that close range, would you shoot straight down into the spine? Or is it too risky?