I am playing around with a bow. Trying to figure out some things so I can order exactly what I want. This particular bow paper tunes with a much higher nock hi than I am used to. My present bow shoots bare shafts and arrows good at 1/8 high. This bow shoots a bare shaft at 5/8 hi but does not allow good arrow flight. Must need a little more for fletching clearance. So it's hi. For one, I don't like that. So, my question is, when ordering a bow, should I ask specificly for the limbs tillered... how? Almost even? I am shooting 3 under. Reading David Sosas article, refering to ILF, he showed how to fix this. But with a standard, non ILF, I don't want that issue. So I need to be able to explain my requirements to a bowyer. I could live with a 1/4. I can surely see the advantages of ILF. But I don't like the side view when you can see under the limbs.