Haven't been able to get any shooting in lately, but with the "farming" winding down and a dreary day but no real rain yet this AM, I decided to go play. The hybrid and the SS are both pretty well set for thier purposes, so I put yet another #3 bow together. My 13.5" power stroke, dented up Middleton rail, the Excal Exo forward riser, a pair of 32" Midi cut off limbs that now have heat shrink tubing on them instead of cloth camo wrap. Looked a lot better with the shadow bark stock. Put my tapered shims in the reflex position so this one likely pulls 250# or so at 13.5. Held back by an Excal 405 trigger, modified by Jack Pine. I would call it bba magnum #3. Noise and speed wise, I think it's right in the middle between the SS and the Patriot hybrid. I had some frustration with inconsistency. Not sure if it was the bow, scope, arrows, or me. Tried shooting more carefully and did some turning to try and spine tune, and things got better. Top and bottom left were both turned to all 3 positions, and are still off a bit on a called good hold. The rest are acceptable. That was only at 30 yards with the Ready-Shot. Nice that the club had a new target that, for the time being, actually stops my arrows before the fletching gets into the bag. I could try this again with the spine idexed Tapps. Don't know how much time to put into a setup that likely doesn't see the woods. It is nice to be playing with the #3 setup, at the end of May, rather than where I was just a few years ago, trying to get the #1 bow dialed in in mid September.