I've been reading some posts about paper tuning, and I am a bit naieve about this subject. One of the members posted some tips about paper tuning, saying that you should test at 3ft, 10ft, and 10yds. So what does this show? I am guessing that you want holes and not tears, but if you do have tears, what does that mean? Also, when people say that an arrow has too much spine, does this mean that the arrow is too ridgid? I am shooting Gold Tip Hunter 5575s cut to 28.5" with 4" vanes. I bought the arrows when I had my last bow, which was much slower than my current bow, so do these arrows fit the bill? Also, what do shorter vanes do for accuracy/performance? I am pretty much a novice when it comes to archery, so sorry for the silly questions, but all of this info is intriguing.