So really it's irrelevant if you have a good tune? I hadn't thought of this before. It sounds like another con to part us from our money!It may do as the pulling force is not high (the Z/T even allows you to adjust the pulling force). However if your bow and arrows are poperly tuned, the flechings pass at a distance from the rest.
If either tuning is not that good or a bad release occurs, the magnet force will not make a difference.
It's not paradox, because we're talking about bows cut over centre....I was aware of the Archers Paradox but didn't think the wobble started that early. Seems to imply then that if you rely on this to have the fletchings clear the rest then you need to tune the bow/button/arrow very carefully.
For what its worth I use the low cost Super Hoyt and have no real complaints but I'm a believer in the Doctrine of Small Changes. So, in trying to improve my consistency I'm looking at all the variables and wondering what I can do to make things better even if it's in little steps.
I think for now I'll but the Arrow Rest question to rest oulies: