I am interested in your experience with arrow spine and it's importance. For a stick bow shooter, having proper spined arrows is vital for accuracy because of "archers paradox". But for the wheel guy who shoots a drop away rest and release aid, my experience has been that under spined arrows are inaccurate and sometimes dangerous, but over spined arrows have no ill effect on accuracy, infact, I prefer them. The last couple of three years, there has been an emphasis on the importance of arrows being uniformly spined the same rather than straightness being a major factor in accuracy. We used to "float" our arrows and place the ****feather in the same location on each arrow according to the "floating" results. I now shoot overspined arrows which seems to negate the necessity to "float" arrows and be concerned with spine uniformity. I have found this to be true with both aluminum and carbon shafts. What has been your experience? I am really not interested in what the "books" say, as most of that information is out of date, I am interested in your experience, not hear-say.