I got a few Easton Microlite Super Nock to try a while back and liked them well enough that changed nocks on my Beman ICSH arrows to them.
Approx 5grs lighter than standard super nock I had been using, helps front balance (slightly) and to me seem to fit slightly better......they are quite a bit shorter than the standard super nock.
The set of PSE Carbon Force X-Weave arrows I have came with Beiter nocks. I had no problem with them, but did change the 3 arrows I have left to the Microlite.
Lighted nocks are a problem for me. I like the idea, but don't like the extra tail weight, and being "electronic" they're illegal during archery season in Idaho.
Haven't done this in several years now, but I used to place my conventional nocked aluminum arrows on the string and gently put forward until it popped off........if it pulled the string more, or less, than 1/8", I would dip nock end in hot water to soften slightly, then pinch or spread gap until I got them all the same.
2009 Martin Bengal M2 Pro Cam w/factory STS & CCS.....66lbs, 29" DL, 422gr @ 272fps, Winners Choice string/cable, Trophy Taker drop-away Rest, Scott Release
1996 Martin Firecat XRG Pro Series w/Ultra Sonic wheels.....69lbs, 29" DL, 465gr @ 245fps, w/fingers & Martin leather glove