Let me preface this video with a thank you to Dewayne Martin. His video inspired me to go back in time and do "what works best for me", not necessarily whats "right for all". I messed around with a high anchor last year, after seeing pictures of John Wert. The high anchor felt funny, but most off all I couldn't feel my back tension, and if I tried to pull through, it messed up my vision as the skin by my eye got pulled. I abandoned that method in search of better accuracy with proper back tension and pull through. Fast forward to Dewayne's recent video and you will notice he has a static release or dead release as its often called. Dewayne is one of if not the best trad recurve 3D shooter currently competing. He admits to never having been coached, but you cannot argue with his success. I've tried a lot of things and some things work, some don't. If you take anything away from this video, I hope its that there might be a right and wrong way to do things, but there isn't a one size fits all approach. Try different things and figure out what works best for "You". I'm not saying this high anchor is easy, but its easier in that your gaps are much smaller and your point will almost always be on the target depending on the size of the animal and distance. So in closing, give the high anchor a try, you might like it.