Hi Everyone, I am getting back into archery and archery hunting from a lengthy amount of time, kind of. I say kind of because when I got my first bow for Christmas in 2006 I didn't really know what I was doing as a teenager. I just went to the pro-shop and said I need some arrows and accessories so I can shoot. I have all of my gear still and I would like to spend more time in the woods hunting this coming fall and spend time this spring and summer practicing for it. I will be hunting whitetails in central, MN Here's what I have, Mathews Switchback XT 28" draw length 63# draw which I can get back to 70 or anywhere inbetween, My arrows are in the 395gr range, 27" easton axis 400 Ripcord I feel like I should be in the 425-475 range for a mid weight arrow for deer hunting? I also think my spine should be .340" or .300"? Is this correct? Just because I listened to some of the Nock On podcasts I see John Dudley sells an axis and a FMJ arrow (I know there are a ton of other options, I'm open to anything) The axis 340 9.5 gpi would put me roughly at 435gr with the 50gr insert and 100gr broadheads including vanes and nock. The FMJ 340 11.3 gpi would put me roughly at 485gr with the 50gr insert and 100gr broadheads including vanes and nock. Is my thinking above on arrows in the ballpark or am I in no man's land? Should I be looking at other things as well? Thanks in advance, I look forward to diving back into archery!