I'll start with the formula.. It was posted in a FoF ages ago though I don't recall which one... Tics = 1/4 of a second All Units in this formula use Tics. Base Swing = Swing delay in Seconds x 4 (Example 4 sec swing delay = 20 Tics) 0-29 Stam -0 Tic 30-59 Stam -1 Tic 60-89 Stam -2 Tics 90-119 Stam -3 Tics 120-149 Stam -4 Tics 150-179 stam -5 Tics 180+ Stam -6 Tics Final Swing = ( Base Swing - Stam Tics ) x ( 100 / 100 + SSI) MY QUESTION is How is the red portion rounded or truncated ? Iknow someone will quote example given in the FoF but was that just true for that example or how does the Rounding / Truncating work? Example... 150 STAM 35 % SSI Composite Bow Base swing = 4 Sec = 16 Tics Stam Tics = 5 Final Swing = [Base Swing (16) - Stam Tics (5) ] x [ 100 / 135 ] Final Swing = 11 x 0.740740 = 8.14 tics. Does a Composite with these numbers swing at 8 Tics or 9? I'm pretty sure it gets rounded down from ANY decimal to the whole number but not positive.. Anyone know for sure ?