i have actually been curious about this for a while now and admittedly have only been following suit because "its what the cool kids are doing"... but i honestly dont actually like having a stabilizer out back of the bow to keep the bow balanced upright in the webbing between my thumb and forefinger. i would rather keep it as bare as possible. when i got my satori, i noticed (just like with the excel) that its pretty top heavy and requires a bit of weight out back to "balance" it out. but my question is directed more to the actual shot itself. accuracy, if you will. if the arrow has already cleared the bow in the split second that it takes for the top of the bow to even start rocking back toward me, why do i NEED to balance it out? thanks in advance for any clarity you can afford me.