I'm shooting a PSE Mohave with the synergy-pro 65 cams, rated 60# (actually set at 57#) & 29" draw. I had a chance to chrony the arrows I plan to hunt with this weekend. Easton 2215's, 5" feather fletch, 100 gr points for a total arrow weight of 470 grains. My arrows chronographed at 222 to 224 fps. Does this sound like a reasonable speed to expect? I shoot fingers, and get good accuracy from this longer bow (42" a-a) and 65% letoff. The 2215's give very good flight, and are accurate within my limits (25/30 yards max on a hunting shot, 35/40 yards for practice).