Question for some of y'all? What kind of drawlength do you have to be able to shoot wood? I'm 30" and shoot a 55# longbow and recurve at that length, and if I go to woods, I have to go up towards a 75-80 to get it to spine correctly at a 31-32" length arrow. I'm a gap shooter, and I've become accustomed to the gaps for a bow shooting in the 180 fps range, if I went with wood, it would drop my speed drastically compared to my cx heritage shafts I'm currently shooting. I enjoyed shooting wood when I first started shooting my longbow, but the durability wasn't there for my novice level at the time and they didn't last long. A lot better now, but wondering if y'all just simply don't care about the speed, don't shoot gap or do you just love wood that much.