Hey guys, so another newbie question here. I just recently started learning trad archery, and have been shooting a 35# Samick recurve for a few weeks now. I've watched more youtube videos than I can count, and one thing I notice is some of the instructors in the videos swear by having a perfectly vertical bow, ensuring your limbs are perfectly straight up and down, top to bottom. Then other videos, the instructors "cant" or tilt their bows, saying its more comfortable, and shooting comfortably helps ensure good form. One of the most frustrating things I've found since my recent desire to learn archery is that there is 100 different ways and methods of doing things, and every single one is sworn by one person or another. So, being as I am just starting out, and still developing form, is canting my bow a good idea or should I continue to shoot the bow vertically. Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer some advice or experiences.