After 5 years of hunting with my Excalibur I bought a Killer Instinct Boss 405. While I am impressed with it's accuracy, speed and how they've made this a quite bow with multiple silence aids I am not sure I trust it for a season of hunting in the high elevations of the Allegany National Forest. I tossed the light arrows that came with it. I felt better with a arrow that at least is 415 grains. My main concern is after the very first day of shooting the serving was separating. This is not the serving over the large cams but the smaller cams on the inside on both sides. I started using Excalibur serving wax were it is separated and it seems to have helped. I've shot 3 one hour sessions with the Boss 405 since the first shooting session. Do you think the serving will last into the archery season or should be replaced. The dealer is in town but they would probably send it back to Minn. if it needed replaced. I don't even know if Killer Instinct is fully open in Minn. so who knows how long it would be gone. Our season opens Oct 2 and runs into mid November. I still have and shoot my Excalibur it is a dependable bow going on 6 years old. Any suggestions on how to proceed with the KI Boss 405 would be helpful.