Since switching to ILF I've found that my "go to" settings transitioned pretty much intact. By that I mean for many years I've shot purely off the shelf (sealskin rest/calf hair sideplate), 3 under, nock point 5/8ths high, even tiller. I've got a W&W Black Wolf specifically to try with an elevated rest. My question is whether any of these settings are obviously less compatible with an elevated rest to get me up the learning curve a little quicker. The riser looks to be cut well past center but if the transition doesn't pan out for me, I'll probably revert back and build a bump with felt pads and use a plunger. Some of the rests I'm trying are Spig wire w/plunger, NAP Centerest, although the first will be a Springy so I can experiment with string walking. It came with a Hoyt stick-on and my only impressions thus far is that I've always used the cock fletch to nose as a second anchor. For some reason that orientation feels different, which I don't quite understand. You would think that with my 3U still touching the nock the fletch would still come back the same in relation to touching my nose, but it doesn't feel exactly the same. Not a big deal because I know if I SW, the fletching is is going to be nowhere near my nose. Thanks for all recommendations. Trying something different I always like to start here...saves on bruised foreheads from self abuse!