Well, it wasn't totally horrible. I shot the first 14 with my back tension and the second 14 with the Just Cuz. First 14, 257 Second 14, 268 After shooting the second half, I went back to shooting the back tension to try to figure out what I was doing wrong and I did. I proceeded to pound a group with 10 arrow at 40 yards that I thought was very good. Any tighter and nocks would be breaking. I found out that if I didn't pay attention to the angle of the back tension release in my hand then I would get flyers that would go left. By rotating my hand a bit more and keeping the back of my hand against my face, the flyers "almost" totally disappeared. I still would occasionally cheat the release and would get a left shot, but that is normal. It reminds you, don't cheat it. It will be interesting to shoot another round with the back tension.