What are yalls center shot measuring after you have completely tuned your creed? Especially if your shooting fixed blade broadheads. Mine is sitting At a hair under 11/16ths. When I first got my bow last December I don’t remember it being this far in.
I don’t think you’ll get any useful info from your question. The centershot depends somewhat on how the idler lean is set, where the nock point is, and what if any bow hand torque is present. The ‘normal’ settings range from about 50/64″ to 45/64″. Inside of 11/16″ (44/64″) indicates a weak shaft or idler adjustment or cam lean.
Often the reason that FPs and BHs don’t have the same or near same POI is because the idler lean adjustment isn’t correct. After tuning the bow for FPs, then doing a BH tuning, and a persistent left/right difference remains between them, try a twist in one yoke or the other to get them to come together.
I had to order my broadheads. Decided on Slick Trick magnum and no one in town has them. Even Amazon was down to 3 packs when I ordered them.
In the past I shot Thunderheads. A few years back I tried Rage. They kept opening in many quiver. I switched over to muzzy 100’s. I never used them. After a little research I decided to give ST a try this year.