Actually two questions for some of you experts. First, I am shooting a 488 grain 2314 arrow, everything included. My draw length is 26" and I am shooting a Mathews Outback at 65#. Any idea how fast I might be shooting. I really don't care all that much I love the bow and shoot it very well, jsut curious. Secondly, Before the Outback I had a Mathews MQ 32. In both cases within a year the draw weight had dropped off significantly, enough so that bottoming the limbs would not be enough to get me back to 65#. Is this normal for the zebra strings? My bow is now out in Missouri being "Crackerized" and I am suspecting strongly that this may become a thing of the past. Any thought on these two matters would be appreciated.