I hate doing it because I suck at it. A few weeks ago I went to Stuttgart, AR and picked up a new Mathews V3 27. I shoot a Spot Hogg Fast Eddie XL sight. I stopped by our cabin at Wattensaw WMA on the way back to shoot with the sight calibration tape. I knew from the arrow flight that I had a problem, but I had to head home. I finally finished the bathroom remodel I was working on and had time yesterday and today to address the problem. I set up a paper frame and shot which resulted in a serious tail right tear. EVERYTHING I found on the issue said for a tail right tear you need to move the rest left. Yeah, I tried that and it got worse. Besides, to my way of thinking that doesn't make sense at all unless they're talking about moving the rest left while looking at the front of the bow. If the arrow is leaving the bow tail right then moving the rest left moves the point farther left and makes it worse. Wouldn't that be right? If not that's sure what happened. I ended up resetting the QAD Integrate rest back to center and moved it right. Now it looks like it's more on center with the string and riser, I have a slight tail right tear and broadheads/field points hit the same spot at 20 and 30 yards. I haven't tried longer distances with both. I managed to shoot a 2" group at 40 yards at the end of today's session, and I'd hunt with it as it is, but I know something's not right and I'm not enough of a bow technical guru to know what it is. I know that my arrows are properly spined and they're not too stiff. I'm shooting Gold Tip Hunter 300's (9.3 grains per inch) cut to 28". The insert is 50 grains and the point is 100 grains. Total weight is 450 grains shooting at 280 fps. The bow is set at 29" draw @ 65 pounds. There was an issue with the peep rotating before I left the store and the tech corrected it by putting a twist in something, but I didn't pay attention. Surely that didn't cause the problem. I don't know. I'll make another trip back over there eventually and maybe we can work it out.