I did check my tune with paper Here are some examples of what a well tuned bow can do through paper. NOT ONCE DID I MOVE THE REST after setting centershot with french tune. I originally set my son's bow up and never checked paper. WE went out and broadhead tuned the bow.I then came in and checked paper. I noticed a right tear. I did not move the rest to correct this,I put twist in the left side of the yoke.(if memory serves me,this was a while back) I then noticed later on that he was getting a low tear at 6+ feet. It was shooting well so I let it go until tonight(this was a few weeks ago).I figured it was caused by the cams being out of time so I checked and sure enough,the stock cable had creeped so I put 1 twist in.I then releveled the arrow and went back out and broadhead tuned. Just for giggles tonight I started playing with different arrows and here is what I found,HIS BOW IS ABOUT AS TUNED AS i CAN GET IT. 45# @ 25" draw. His arrows are the Axis 600's cut a little long to bring the spine in dead on. I have all these arrows laying around so I started playing around with them. Paper was perfect until I shot a way underspined 1716 and a way over spined .340 but even they weren't bad. Just thought I would share,because to tell you the truth,I was surprised.