Hey all! I've been shooting fairly well this year ( not yardage judging too well!), but have been experimenting with my form lately. I generaly anchor behind my jaw and shoot a back tension release( Atension) and shoot with what i feel is an exagerated bent bow arm. When I shoot I feel like I am stretching an elastic band, pushing slightly with my arm and pulling by "stretching" my back. I emerse myself in aiming the whole time. My question lies in the fact that I have never seen any pro's or high end archers shooting with their bow arms bent this way. Is there anything inherently inaccurate with this method of shooting? I notice in pictures of Jeff Hopkins, Dave Cousins, Tony Tazza etc. they all have straight arms. I will try it to see, but would like to know if anything on the bow arm being straight or bent has been proven. Last winter I had a coach look at my form and she didn't comment on it, and the level 1 coaching course I took didn't really adress it. Any ideas?