I have the Partiot VFT with the with the infinity cam. It is my mainstay hunting rig.
It has a 7 inch brace height, thus it seems to be forgiving.
The bow balances decent right out of the box. But, I have found that adding the Specialty Archery Super Stix 12" stabilizer, with the balance moved forward, helped keep the bow down. It wanted to creep up while aiming.
Also, I found that my bow likes having the knocking point( I am using a loop) on the string set a little higher than the arrow rest. This gave me the best broadhead grouping.
This bow has been my most favored pick for hunting. It is very dependable. It's not twitchy, or, finicky. It just shoots well.
Altho, I have found that it does not like arrows that are the light side for spine. It seems to prefer a stiffer arrow than my target bow.
At 29 and 1/2" draw length, 67 pounds draw weight, the Easton Axis 340's with a 100 grain broadhead seem to be it's favorite ammo.
Hope all that helps!