The Mad Scientist
One reason for going the ILF route was to play around with tiller to reduce the downward nock travel. However it doesn't work. I turned the limbs way out in both directions and all it did was make the bow noisy. I shoot 3 under and ended up back at even tiller with the nock 1/2" high. That's a bit more than my bolt down bow. Adjustments are nice when they serve a purpose. Why wouldn't this work? The stronger limb would return faster than the trailing limb, which would pull the string towards the weaker limb, at least that's my visualization. Yet more than 1 turn out for the upper limb didn't show any difference with a bare shaft. I use 2 nocks so it's not that.