It includes all of this and allot more.
The ultimate tune,
Depends on the shooting skill of the shooter.Just learning here but what does paper tuning give you that bareshaft doesn't and vice versa?
Have a system to tweak the shooter,
Amazing how many people STOP tuning, after they hit a bullet hole through paper.The final tune is group tuning. Everything else is just leading up to it and making it easier to get good groups.
There is nowhere on the scorecard for how pretty your bullet holes are. Big bucks don't give up the ghost in admiration of your arrow flight. The only thing that counts is putting the arrow where it will do the most good.
Paper, walk back, bare shaft, torque, stabilization, etc are steps that lead up to achieving the best groups of which you are capable.
You need to start with getting the bow itself set up properly and thoroughly. This means getting it to fit you perfectly and dealing with cam lean and timing/synch. If you do these things first before tuning for arrow flight you will save yourself some hair pulling and possible headaches. :lol:
I agree 110% ^^^^^ Being able to set your rig to shoot at it's potential and gaining more confidence than ever before!The ultimate tune,
is whatever series of changes to your form,
is whatever series of changes to your bow settings..
where you shoot BETTER than EVER in your life.