Well, I was shooting my indoor bow the other night. It's set at about 55# with a sureloc scope on it. I noticed that as I pull through the shot, it wants to climb out of the X ring. Now, I have played with the weights on the stabilizers, both front, back, and side bars. I just couldn't get it the way I wanted. So last night I started working on my grip. I normally like to heal the grip a bit. Maybe just a touch more than what would be considered even pressure. The trouble was when I did this it would cause me to shoot out the top occasionally. However the good part was my left to rights were nearly complete gone. So I was looking for a way to solve this, more weight out front was not the answer. So I grabbed a wrench and took a 1/2 turn off the top limb bolt. This completely changed the way the bow aimed. Now I can pull through the shot and keep it pretty steady. I was just wondering if anyone else does this to help their bows aim a little better for them?