I bought a "doghouse" turkey blind and the material is shiny as all get out. Had a lot of turkeys start in last year and then spook at about 60 yards. I checked out my blind from a distance and it looked like a mirror out there in the woods. It's made out of "durashell" material and what I need to know is a cheap blind that isn't made out of reflective material. I think all the blinds made by Ameristep are made of "durashell" and would be shiny. I'm not knocking Ameristep blinds per say but you would think they would test their blinds and find out reflective material just isn't what the turkey ordered. I want to stay in the $100.00 range or a little more but I don't use it enough to warrant the $300.00+ good ones. All I want is enough room to pull back a bow, blackout interior and made out of no shine material. I see a lot of them in the hunting mags in my price range but I don't know how shiny or unshiny they are without seeing them. Is polyester shiny? I see several made out of a blend of polyester. I live in a small town so they don't have a good hunting store to see them so will have to trust others who are using one that works.