the hind sight is one of about three different no peep systems that i tried over the last three years. I never could attain the accuracy that i thought one would need for hunting. some hunters are pleased with a 6 inch group at 25 yards but if that is the best you can shoot in the yard then just wait until judgement time on a buck of a lifetime.
all of the no peep products have one problem in common for my shooting style. which side of the string are you going to put your eye on. i just anchor better and shoot better being centered through the string.
hindsight has another problem with lowlight shooting. you just have so much to look at that you loose the deer in your sight picture. the contrast is so great between the crosshair and a green fiber optic and a brown or grey deer standing blending in with the surroundings. the whole reason for getting rid of the peep is so you can shoot later. if you are wanting to loose the peep because of peep rotation then spend some cash on some quality strings.
if you limit yourself to 25 yards and in the hindsight will work with a lot of practice. I have taken probally 80 percent of my deer closer than 25 yards. what happens when bigboy shows up and presents a broadside shot at 31 yards?