If the need is there I would change. Unfortunately I tried it last year and it didn't work well for me. I can draw more weight left handed, but just can't hold as steady, but then I don't have a bow I can shoot for extended periods to become accustomed to it. It sounds like your case is different so I'd go with it for a while and see what happens.
To tell you why I contemplated the change, over the years I have become left eye dominant. When I pull up and draw to aim I'm about 3' left at 35 yards. I know to float to the left to find the target and it's fine if I'm aiming at a defined spot, but 3D targets in dark settings can be quite troublesome sometimes. And over the years I've developed a shot sequence that when I come to full draw the shot is gone in about 5 seconds. Therefore I can't waste time moving to the left to find the vitals on a 3D target. It's either that or let down and start over. Couple that with a case of target panic and dark targets can become a real bear.
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