My old forum imploded... everybody just left. So now I come to ya'll seeking advice. I was not the most satisfied with my entire bow-hunting set up last season(as evidenced by 2 bum shots of 3). I am capable of posting a 3'' group at 20 yards with field tips...so this is unnaceptable. I was using 4'' vanes and 85 grain thunderheads. Now I want to know if anybody has any experience with the products I wish to try this season. Swhacker broadheads(100 gr) look like a great idea...2 leading blades sneek through the hide/bone and then the larger blades deploy razor sharp once inside the lungs. I have so many unusable arrows because the fletchings always get destroyed and my cheap jig does not perform perfectly. So, should I try a better jig with helical capabilities, get my old shafts fletched with blazers for better broadhead stability, or use a jig-less method such as FOBs or shrink-wrap vanes?:dizzy: Feathers, maybe? Quick spin vanes? Helical blazers? Thanks for the help and advice, guys.