Well, I'm having some problems with my shooting. Last week I shot the 3D tourney at Calfornia. A few shots into the first half I realized that my fletching had gotten loose and it was unraveling. I finished that half of the course, wrapped the serving as tight as I could get it and then tried to glue it down with some fletching glue. Only a couple shots into the second half and it was unraveling again. I shot better on the second half than I did on the first so I figured it wasn't affecting my shooting. I took my bow in yesterday to get it reserved and they said it would be Tuesday at the earliest before they could get it done mad: another story). The guy told me to try and get the serving tight as far down as I could and then tie it down to the string with dental floss. Then cut off the excess. This would get me by until I could get the serving redone. After I did this yesterday I started shooting to the right. Pretty bad to the right! My groups were still pretty tight so I tend to believe that I didn't start punching the release or anything. I shot again to day at the Jeff City shoot and it really affected my score. My arrows were fishtailing bad! I had noticed that my arrows would tend to do this anyway but not until out around 40 yds. Now I'm noticing it on much shorter targets. Could my serving problem have anything to do with my bow acting up? I know that "operator error" will be the first thought of most of you but I really felt rock solid today for the most part. Maybe it's a mental thing. You know, think about it too much and it will affect your shooting. Could be. I plan on going ahead and replacing my string and cables as they need it anyway. But I'm probably gonna have to shoot this string for one or two more tourneys and I'd like to get it figured out!