Easier to maneuver on stand, in blinds, while stillhunting
Usually faster (shorter limbs, or a more parralell design allow for less limb movement which makes a bow faster)
Longer draw archers will find it creates a lot of nock pinch at full draw. (harder to see through peeps due to string angle, and the string is further from your face.
They torque easier
They cant easier
Thats all I can think of off the top of my head right now. hope that helps
I shoot a Mathews Icon (longer axle to axle) over their shorter bows...the longer bows are smoother and usually better on the longer shots..although you do loose some speed its not enough to really worry about, they are also known to be flatter shooting bows (less arrow flex)due to the less need for bigger erratic cams as in the shorter bows