I've tried my hardest to be an advocate for the new system, as I hadn't had any of the problems many of you have. But this last week at deer camp, I shot at my target for practice and to let off some steam... I MISSED at 40 yds. If I had shot at a deer, I would have missed or had avery bad gut shot depending on which direction it would have been facing! I looked over my bow to see if anything was loose or had moved, and couldn't find anything wrong at first glance. So i shot again to be sure it hadn't been me, and barely hit the target.
Upon inspection (again) I found that the SOS had slipped in the yoke, and moved forward on one side. I put it back into position, fired and was dead on. Fired again, and it was left, barely hitting the target; the SOS had moved again after the first shot.
Then, of course, my confidence was shaken and continually checked my SOS everytime I took my bow in hand. To say the least, I was frusterated. I did get a shot a deer this season, and misjudged the distance, going right over her back. But I gotta say, I was hesitant to even take the shot because I wasn't sure I could trust the SOS.
Needless to say, I have contacted CS and a rod/slide/sts is on its way... Even if I had just replaced the SOS because it was loose, I would second guess it, and continually worry.