I currently have an archery based ranger. I took a look at the ranger levels beyond 11 and aside from an additional favoured enemy at level 20, there doesn't seem to be any reason to make it worth sticking with ranger. At level 12, I switched to fighter and stayed there quite happily until level 11/4 = 15. Full BAB progression and the extra feats are great. However, with weapon specialisation, weapon focus and ranged mastery in the bag, I don't think there's any archery based feats left to take. I already have rapid shot, many shot, improved critical, improved precise shot from the ranger training. I am not concerned with multiclass xp penalties, my wizard and cleric are so far behind due to crating, its not an issue. Question, then, is where next? - Back to ranger to boost the animal companion? - A different full-BAB class? Barbarian seems useless to this build. Does Paladin offer anything? - Rogue for some sneak attack? Worried about dropping BAB, as there's a later quest with some very high ac opponents. And potentially it would help first round - Something crazy like wiz1/rog3/x1 with the idea of casting greater invisibility from a scroll, then enjoying sneak attack bonus. Is that really worth a full round, when I could be firing off 4 or five arrows? Interested to see what you guys think. Thanks Phil.