Hello all. Last year i bought a hoyt faktor 30 with z5 cam and a half set at 29" draw and have it dialed in real good. I like the bow a lot but one thing i just haven't gotten used to is how the thing wants to rip my arm off if i creep too far forward before the shot. For the most part i have it under control but every once in a while it would get me and jerk my arm forward. Today i was tinkering around with the bow and noticed the split yoke buss cable stop has 5 adjustment holes, (A,B,C,D, and E). I dont know what each number represents but I moved the cable stop from the b to the c hole in the cam just to see if the forward creep would go away, and surprisingly it did. I had it out shooting today and so far have not noticed any change in impact point or accuracy with field points, i have not shot the broad heads though. Would this slight change from the b to the c hole affect my timing of the cams or accuracy with the broad heads in any way? Did this move lengthen the draw length slightly? I'm kind of new at this stuff and any knowledge you guys could throw my way would be appreciated. thanks.