1. Who makes the best one-piece recurve bow? Everyone knows Bear but is there other companies with the same quality and prominence? 2. Design changes. My father has an Indian Archery Hunter from 1969(ish) and I have a Fleetwood Summit II (bought a few weeks ago). The limbs on his bow are designed differently. They're shorter with less of a recurve and consequently there are no string grooves. All the recurves I've seen now-a-days are longer with more recurve and string grooves. Why the design change overtime? 3. Broadheads. I'll be hunting whitetail deer in north Georgia. Our deer our smaller thank you might think. I know I want fixed blade and cut-on-contact. What design is best for harvesting this animal though? 2 blade, 3 blade, or 4 blade? 4. Fletching jig. Can you use either a left wing or right wing fletching but still use a straight clamp? 5. Limb quivers. The kind that wrap around the outer-most part of the riser is what I want because neither of our bows have mounting holes. We both want 3-arrow quiver but don't like any that 3 rivers archery offers. We won't want leather. We want something plastic or rubber or something like that. Dad has an old one from Apache called "The Swinger". That company no longer exists from what I can find. 6. String wax. How important is string wax? How often should you use it? What details do I Need to know? 7. Making strings. How hard is it? Is it worth the cost of it? Any general info about it?