Guess I have to change my name...I jumped ship and switched to a mathews last year. I'm now shooting a halon. I switched over my sight from the hoyt(copper john) and was a little concerned that I had to lower the housing real far down and my 20 yard pin had to be set in the middle. This year I decided to switch to a single pin sight. I just mounted a truglo range rover pro. I have that thing maxed out to the lowest possible setting and still cant get it low enough for my 20 yard setting. At its lowest position, for 20yds I have to use the 25yd mark that was installed on the sight. Now with the housing sitting so low, I cant adjust but half way to give enough clearance above the arrow. In order to do that I had to adjust my rest and the loop, and am now shooting a little nock low....I'm really confused. The bow is set up properly, but why is there so little room for the sight? Am I missing something simple here?