Butterfly I really like to shoot full butterfly but the accuracy is too poor. I have certainly been testing for a month or so. I hit a can 4-5 times of 10 in 10 meters. But it feels good in both back and arms, Butterfly shooting is something that suits my body quite well. The drow weight is also absolutely wonderful, easy to pull but still good speed. Obviously, I have a bit of a hard time getting the correct releases because I spread the shots too much. Also get some forkhits lower part when I fail to align correctly and get the wrong angle in the rear floating anchor point. However, I have figured out how to avoid it, by memorizing a perfect shot piece by piece. Short draw Short draw works much better when it comes to accuracy, but it hurts the whole body. I hit a can 9-10 times of 10 in 10 meters. Here is the results for 40 shoots on 20 meters https://www.slingshotcommunity.com/threads/target-practice-20-meters.48443/ To get the shots good, I really have to work with my back in such a way that it is simply not nice. I get the feeling that I am completely compressed and bent forward to get the lines aligned correctly. I turn the pouch to get good contact with my anchor point then the top band bends which makes it difficult to line correctly. The draw weight is a bit too heavy for me if you want to have good speed, which in itself is a challenge. How to think? Continue working with butterfly because that is what feels best. Or stand out and keep traing with short draw and hit what you aim for?