Thanks for all of the help. I am still narrowing it down. Just seems that I am losing some draw weight and anchor point seems to be further back. Not sure if it is a string or cable stretch problem or not?
Live to hunt, hunt to live.
Vapor Trail makes a very good stable set of strings. Great guys to deal with as well
I have been using Vaportrail for a few years and they are one of the best out there, i used to use WC but VT is every bit as good and much less expensive and they ship within 3 days.
Ill give up all my hunting in Michigan for 2 weeks in the high country
There are a lot custom string makers out there. Winners Choice is just the most popular and a good choice. Also Nealy custom string are great and more affordable. I would just suggest that you make sure the string material is 452 or452X. These string materials will not stretch. This will save you countless hours of retuning and sighting in.
I have a black ice as well and was referred to a guy called Mike's Custom Bowstrings:
The pro shop that put them on said they were nice strings and asked how much they cost. When I told them they said that was a really good price. If I remember right, it was about 60 for my black ice and 70 for my son's Razor Edge.
I know this is an old thread, but thought I would trhow my .02 cents in. My opinion, if you pick the right string material there are a bunch of people making great string sets. I shoot 452X Halo served from Schmidty's Specialty Strings http://www.ssstrings.com