most packages have less than optimum quality accessories and they usually have a lower shelf bow as well. i'd stay away from packages. buy a decent bow and pick what you need, so you control the quality. if you pick out good accessories, they will last a long time and can be put on other bows as you step up in experience. go to your local shop and talk to them about putting together a package on separate good quality components. most shops will be happy work with you if you get everything at the same time. you might pay more than a pre selected package, but it will be what you want and will definately be better quality. in my opinion, you are throwing your money away by getting a package with lower quality equipment just to make a good price. you can always return that favor of a good price on a package, by giving the shop your business and that will be appreciated .
Let’s assume this is a new inexperienced archer. Can a new archer know what accessories they like or don’t like on their first go around? An archery shop should appreciate the business of someone new buying a package bow just as much as a custom set up.