I’m new to the forum, and archery all together. After months of browsing bow manufacturers websites, and learning about compound bows in general I decided that a Quest Thrive was at the top of the list for my first bow. Luck would have it a local archery shop had 3 in stock all with 70 lb limbs. I happen to be a small guy about 5’ 6” 140 lbs. I was measured at 27” draw length, and as it turns out the shop had 1 Thrive with 27” draw modules adjusted down to a manageable for me 50 lb draw weight. I released 5-6 test shots into a foam target , and I was sold. I bought the bow, Black Gold 7 pin sight, and a Rip Cord drop away rest. After waiting a couple of days for accessory installation I took delivery. Fast forward a week later I picked up some arrows from the same shop, and questioned the manager/bow tech how 70 lb limbs can be adjusted to 50 lbs, and what negative effects can that create ? Also why does Quest have 3 limb options when 1 can cover 50-70 lbs? He told me that it has absolutely no negative effects or changes to the bow whatsoever besides slower speed due to decreased draw weight , which is obvious, and that manufacturers don’t always advertise their bow limbs true adjustment range. Quest does build some bows with 1 limb that covers 40-70 lbs, but the Thrive isn’t one of them. I did some research tonight that leads me to believe that my bow can’t perform to its full potential efficiency wise with this setup. I’m already handicapped with a short draw, and low poundage. Did I screw up buying this bow?