Awesome. That is what I was thinking and why I asked about your poi at farther distances.
You are getting it. The way to think of it is that the broadheads (all broadheads behave differently) are showing you very slight tuning flaws that field points don't/can't. Use the walk back method described here by others and tune your broadheads just like you tuned your field points with the paper. You'll be there soon!!!I think part of my problem the other day was that I was probably torquing my bow a bit. Add in the fact that it was a very windy day and the mental aspect of shooting a broadhead instead of a field point was probably throwing my form off a bit. Went out last night and shot after making another minor adjustment. No wind and I felt much more relaxed. Had both field points and broadheads hitting inside the bullseye at 23 yards. Still have the BH about a inch left of the field point but pretty happy with it. I will say that any flaws in your form will be magnified much more so with broadheads compared to mechanicals and field points.
I will have to look into yoke tuning. Sounds a little intimidating though.yards.