After reading about bows that were tillered for split fingered... one over two under etc, It made me wonder if I was setting my bows up correctly. If you buy a used bow, is there anyway to tell how it was tillered and designed to be shot? Also, When I purchase a bow without an arrow rest and it has a shelf, I have been adding an old type brush arrow rest which raises the arrow off the shelf a good half inch. Example: I just bought a Damon Howatt Hunter and added a Brush rest.... When you raise the arrow rest and the bow has a shelf, and I assume the bow was designed / tillered to be shot off the shelf....... Tiller VS Arrow rest location. Does it really make a difference on traditional bows and if it does .. when? Thanks!