I’m a new bow owner (Hoyt Torrex XT) and starting to learn about the intricate world of compound archery. I’m in Alaska and will use it for Moose and Caribou and maybe black bear. 28” draw, 61# as of now. I’ve only shot it during a few sessions and have maybe 200 arrows through it. I bought a fixed 3pin sight at the time of purchase, but have since purchased an adjustable pin CBE Trek and put two pins on it. Here’s my dilemma: I was instructed to use the kisser button as my anchor point (my nose is nowhere close to the string) along with my knuckles on my jawbone (thumb button release) while framing the sight housing through my peep. This worked for the fixed pin sight, but as I was playing around with the new sight, if I adjust the pins to longer yardages I cannot see the pins let alone housing through the peep if I anchor in my usual spots. In order to center the housing in the peep my two anchor points are drastically altered and I’m craning my neck and performing some obscure yoga pose at full draw. What’s the proper solution here? Change anchors? Ignore the peep’s sight picture? Do a yoga pose? Get a three foot long extension for the housing so I can still see the pins while I’m dialed down to longer yardages? First post here. I’m thanks in advance!!