good luck with your set up and I hope everthing has or will work out. I've heard the Pro's shoot light poundage, 48#s or so...I've also heard that most indoor shooters shoot the same poundage that they are used to pulling...I don't have a clue as I don't know any "Pro's". My hunting and 3d bow is set a 62#s( it's turned down to stay within certain speed paramiters) it is shooting 288 fps with a total arrow weight of 327 gns...during hunting season I usually crank up the arrow weight and bow poundage. I'm waiting on a Ross CR337 (longest ATA, more forgiving?) with 40-5o# limbs (light poundage, like the pro's???). Speed is helpful in a few points if distance judging is off at the 3d's...in indoors, it's a set distance, speed is'nt critical, only repetitive consistant shot execution...I'm hoping the light poundage will be an assest to indoors. In the end, you have the answers for you... the bow that's the most fun too shoot. Let me know how it turns out for you and hopefully there will be other comment as well, hopefully from far more qualified individuals than myself. Untill the Ross comes in I will be using my 3d, hunting bow for everything...seems to work for me so far.