New to the forum, never really felt the need to join until now... Recently moved across the country leaving behind my go-to archery shop. My 2008 Bowtech General was in need of new strings, so I took to the internet to find a local shop with a good reputation. After some searching, found one with almost zero negative reviews (hard to do anymore). Took my bow in, they recommended building strings for it so I agreed and left it. Two weeks later I go to pick it up, and that's where the issues start. First, the cables were not routed through the roller guard. Not a big deal, they put it in a press and fixed it. Second, one of the cables now runs through the sight when looking through the peep. After about 45 minutes of four different employees trying to figure it out, I offered to shoot it and see what happened. They checked center shot, cam lean, brace height, etc....and then we paper tuned it. When we went to walk back tune, more issues came up. Despite being paper tuned, the walk back was way off. This has never been an issue on this bow before. At this point we decided to go with the walk back tune and call it good. I still can't get over seeing a cable in my sight every time I draw, and am worried I might be causing damage to the bow. This image isn't the greatest but it shows what I am describing, if you know what the issue might be I am more than happy to take more pictures if needed. The bow was paper, walk back and broadhead tuned prior to restringing, and no cable was visible in the sight. Thanks for reading and hopefully someone out there has come across this before.