I understand all of you will want to see a picture. But I am at school and cannot access one right now. I'm shooting a 2012 Diamond Outlaw with a TruFire Team Realtree release. I was told when I bought my bow that you should anchor with the first knuckle of your pointer (trigger) finger directly underneath your earlobe. I've also heard that ONLY the tip of your nose should touch the top of the string. I have my release length set so that I can pull the trigger with the middle of my trigger finger as opposed to the very tip of my finger. I anchor with my knuckle underneath my earlobe, but the string literally presses against the side of my nose, and my bottom lip rests on my inside blazer vane (not the cock vane, or the one facing out away from me, but the one pointing in towards my face.) Any thoughts on this? I'm shooting pretty good groups. Arrows touching at 20-25 yards. Spreading out a little the further I go. I will upload a picture as soon as I get home this afternoon. Just seeing what you all have to say about it.