Yes, I do consider wind for entry, but usually not from windfinder,com. I just check the weather before I head out and again at the parking lot to double check. I don't want the deer to smell my entry. For morning hunts, that means I want my scent blowing away from food sources. For afternoon hunts, I want my scent blowing away from bedding. The trick is, at least for mature bucks, they'll almost always bed with the wind to their advantage, not yours. Often a setup that is ALMOST WRONG for you and ALMOST RIGHT for the deer gives your best bet at a mature buck leaving its bed since it feels comfortable moving during daylight. At least, that's the general trend from dozens of hunters that go in blind and hunt as close to buck beds as they can get away with. During the rut it doesn't matter as much.