In Ohio we can use motion decoys...
I can only add that in my experience with wild turkey is that they very rarley stand without some movement for very long if at all... when they do it is either looking for trouble or looking at possible trouble. There is where stationary decoys work against you in most cases, not all, most.
The motion decoy allows you to inpart motion with a remote control thus drawing the attention of the bird(s) your after. I find them very useful while field hunting known strut zones/travel patterns. A jake on top of a hen really fires up the dominant gobbler and even lesser gobblers. As a guide service owner here in our great state I highly suggest purcasing a decoy system that can make good use of movement for a more natural setting
Another great calling sequence last spring was the fighting purr along with using a hat or wings to sound more like a fight... This more times the not brought gobblers back form their normal turn and gobble as they walked away routine