Those are neat litttle bows. I've never handled one, but I can see that it is a little bit different than longer bows when it comes to setting up the sight.
Maybe not different, it's just a little more critical to get everything set up just right. It's much the same when I switch from my 42" Scepter target bow to my 31" Justice hunting bow.
The shorter your bow's ATA, the further away from your eye the peep is at full draw. For me this means that I go from a tiny peep to the largest peep that I can find and my DL is only 26". If I had a longer DL, I probably would not be able to find a peep that's big enough.
Since they don't make peeps big enough, It creates problems keeping a good sight picture and setting up your sight for longer shots. You will probably have to move the sight as far away from the riser as it can be set up or find a sight with a smaller diameter housing. I use the Copper John Little John sight. It's about the smallest one that I could find. You might have better luck.
Unfortunately, as you move the sight away from the riser, it reduces the distance that you can sight in.
It would do no good to tell you "short bows = short range shots". It's your bow and you want it to do the things you ask of it. And it should. You will just have a bit of a trial & error process to get the sight and the balanced for you. At least while you are doing it, you'll be shooting your bow.
Does Bladerunner Archery offer anything to help you with this?
Hope this helps,