Ok....Here is the jest of it. (Assumptions - you can shoot/group arrows decently - and the shots you shoot during this exercise are "good" shots) The goal here is to get your broadheads to fly like your field points. 1. Shoot your field point. This shot "should" be center "x" if you have been shooting/sighting your bow. 2. Shoot your broadhead of choice. After determining that they fly differently you must adjust your REST. You adjust your rest the SAME way you want the broadhead to fly. Example - if your broadhead hits high and right of the field point - then you want to lower your rest and move your rest to the left. (These should be micro adjustments....1/16th or so) 3. Once you do this - shoot another FIELD POINT. (Yes, it will NOT be on the center of "x" any more. I will cover this later) 4. Shoot the broadhead again. If you have moved your rest correctly, these two arrows should be CLOSER to each other than they were the first time. If it isn't, then you didn't move it the right way. 5. Continue this process until your broadhead and field points shoot the same. 6. LAST STEP - Once your field points and broadheads are shooting the same adjust your SIGHT to get back to the center of "x". Remember when sighting in your pins, you move them the same direction you are off....Example - if you shoot an arrow left of "x" then you should move your site cage LEFT. If you shoot an arrow high of "x" then you move your site cage UP. And Visa-Versa. (Center of "x" also = Bullseye) If you walk back (20yds,30yds,40yds, etc) you might have to keep adjusting your REST. Sometimes your broadhead won't show a difference till getting past 30yds.....this means you must make a minor adjustment to your REST as described above. Hope this helps someone!