So, I've been stringwalking, and when I get past my point-on distance, I've been using my shelf or stacking or what have you, when it occurred to me that if moving your hand below the arrow makes your point-on distance closer, then moving your hand above the arrow should make it farther away. So, I tried it, and it works really well. I get an extra 10 yards with 2 fingers over the arrow, and an extra 20 yards with all 3 fingers over the arrow. The flight of the arrow doesn't seem to be adversely affected. Is this a commonly-used methodology? I've never seen it done before, but I figure for long-range shooting it's pretty handy.