Hi All, My name is Joe and I am brand new to this forum, and to the sport of archery. I am currently using an old compound bow that my father used to use back in the 80's, but I am going to pick up a new 08' Hoyt Vectrix tomorrow, and I don't know whether to get a peep site or a no-peep. Which is better? I do have problems with my peep twisting and losing visibility at night, but is a no-peep as accurate/more accurate? I currently face the problem of sometimes, the peep lines up fine, and I shoot semi-accurately, but other times, the peep is half turned, and when I aim, I end up missing about 5 inches left EVERY time at 20 yards. I would like to prevent this problem...is a no-peep the way to go? I believe in the "aim small, miss small" concept, so I don't think I'd want to go to a larger peep than a 1/8"...but is there an even more accurate alternative? I will be using this bow primarily for target practice and white tail. Thanks!