Hey guys I have a longish draw at 30 inches which essentially makes me leave my arrows at full length. When I try to get may carbons to tune I end up having to get really heavy spines and really light points for most of my bows. It's less of an issue with target weight bows but with some of my hunting weight bows even On The not so heavy side like 55 pounds I end up with .300 or more spine arrows and light point weight which just seems too stiff based on all calculations and calculators. What do you guys with long draw lengths do? It seems cutting arrows is the best way to stiffen an arrow but with that not an option for my length what can I do that doesn't take away from the performance of the bow which I obviously want to maximize for obvious reasons? Again less of an issue with lighter weight bows but it seems there are not arrows readily available that at 31-32 inches are stiff enough if I'm shooting a 60 lb bow? My deer bow is much lighter but if I want to shoot anything bigger I can't get great bareshaft flight and always show weak.