No, you won't regret it.
I agree with every word you say.
Just as much as I have my strong opinions, I cannot/will not force them down anyones throat.
Just as much as I'd like to punch a flag burner in the face, I have to recognize that the only reason some moron is allowed to burn a flag in a public place and live to tell the tale is because some other brave unmentioned person probably gave their life so that we can live in a free contry and unfortunatley not everyone agrees with how others express their freedoms.
As much as I'd like to see antler restrictions, or rules which may dictate someone having to shoot a doe, before a buck, I am in the position I hate, that the government usually puts people in...making decisions for someone else that I have no right to make.
I would like to see some kind of "management training" given when hunter safety courses are given. Some statistics of the area, some descriptions of mature does, bucks, etc. I think if more new hunters were given a little info on ratios in their areas, descriptions of mature does and bucks, there may be some better managment tactics. I am in FULL support that a young or new hunter take whatever animal is good in their eyes, but in areas like here where the ratios are horrible, there has to be some efforts to educate young hunters as to the proper management and the possible rewards.
I am a doe hunter. I have never gone into the woods with the plan to shoot a big buck. If I did, I don't think I would be a hunter any more. I don't have that kind of patience. I try to put myslef in positions to see the maximum number of does, and once every few years I get a chance at a monster. It'd just be nice to see the same type of herds that exist in well-managed areas. My record book deer was absolutely in the wrong place at the wrong time, but if you spend enough time in the woods, that will eventually happen. I got a chance at a BIGGER one this fall, but I was in such heavy cover that the 15 yard shot didn't make it without hitting a branch big enough to deflect the arrow. ,)
All the best