So about 3 weeks ago, I got in the Samick Sage I ordered to learn archery on. It was an excellent bow from the start, I got the 35# 62" Sage, and its been a great bow to learn on. That being said, there were a few things I didn't like, such as the noise level, and the stock string. I went to 3riversarchery.com and started looking to see what I could get to improve the noise of the bow and see what a better string would cost. I didn't want to spend alot of money as I'd spent quite a bit getting set up to learn archery, and I didn't know what to expect cost wise, which is why I figured I'd write this out for others. I got a 58" Fast Flight flemish twist string as it comes highly recommended for the sage, an aluminum T-Square to set my brace height for my new string, a 5 pack of nocks for my string, a pair of green puff ball silencers, a pack of sticky back felt for the riser and limb tips and some brush buttons for when I stump shoot. All of this cost me less than $50.00 at 3rivers, and GREATLY improved the noise level and feel of the shot. I love the fast flight string, I seem to get a much better release, and better groupings. Hope this helps someone out there who was being driven nuts by the noise of the sage like I was, or just wants to improve their bow.