Shoot on the wimpy side of bows since I don't practice very often anymore. Only use a 65 pound bow, cam/wheel from Jennings. With 2315 Easton Gamegetters, 28 3/4 inch arrow, speed is about 268 feet per second. That is my hunting arrows and drop between 20 and 30 yards is maybe 2 to 3 inches. When I switch to Easton A/C/C Superlights, think the number is 3-49, speed jumps to 298 feet per second. Arrow stays at zero to one inch drop from 20 to 30 yards. The drop from the aluminum shafts at well within the margin of error. I just use a one pin pendulum sight. Been using one pin for years and it has never failed me.