I've read where matching your peep size to your sight is proper. Meaning when you look through your peep, you should see the full circle of your sight, but not much more. Not knowing at the time I bought my peep with a verifier, at the largest made, 5/16". Figured more light is a dusk situation. With a new sight, I see much more than just the circle. So in hunting situations, say less than 30 yds, would centering the sight circle in the peep be good enough, or should I try and match the sight with a smaller peep? PS I'm 73 y/o, so the more I can see, the better, rather than having to squint. Thanks!