In the market for the best archery target, something smaller and focused like darts? Maybe you need a practice board\u2014not cheap, but not expensive either. Of course, it has to be well-made, too. High contrast between scoring zones isn\u2019t a bad feature either. In that case, you want the Unicorn Eclipse Board Ultra Segmentation Dart Board.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Unicorn Eclipse Board Ultra Segmentation\r\nAbout as straightforward as you can get: a solid quality constructed board with high contrast score zones and separators that prevent bounce offs. Good choice for practice.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nStarting with the board itself, the Unicorn Eclipse Pro Dart Board incorporated a few necessary changes to keep your averages higher and prevent bounce offs. For starters, the contrast between white, black, red, and green is quite high. It helps separate the two, so you know exactly where you want to throw. Furthermore, the ultra slim segmentation between each score zone is very thin, which further prevents darts from bouncing off and instead get redirected most of the time. That isn\u2019t something that concerns the Morrell Double 450FPS Archery Target.\r\nDesign\r\nOverall the build quality of the Unicorn Eclipse Board Ultra Segmentation is quite good. So good that it has had world champions endorsements and PDC endorsement. That should give you some idea of its championship quality bristle board. However, the bristles can be weak if not handled carefully. Make sure you aren\u2019t touching the bristles too often or you run the risk of them falling out. If too many were to fall out, it weakens those zones, which means darts have a harder time sticking. The Delta McKenzie Speed Bag Archery Target only supports field point arrows, but the Unicorn Eclipse is very accommodating of different darts.\r\nValue\r\nThe Unicorn Eclipse Board Ultra Segmentation Dart Board is as straightforward as it gets: a middle of the road dartboard. It\u2019s far better than some junk dart board you would pick up at a nearby supermarket, but it isn\u2019t as good as a high-end dart board you would see in rare cases. It\u2019s price tag of $55 also reflects that, considering higher end boards tend to run around $90 and up. We only wish that darts were included; otherwise it\u2019s a solid choice for practicing in a game room. If practicing outside is your thing, the Block Classic 22 Archery Target might be of interest.\r\nUnicorn Eclipse Board Ultra Segmentation Wrap Up\r\nThe Unicorn Eclipse Board Ultra Segmentation isn\u2019t your average board, but rather a step up from that. It has had world champions endorsements and from the PDC, too. It has a solid construction, high contrast zones, and thin separators to prevent bounce offs. You\u2019ll have to supply your own darts, however, and take good care of it.