Hi guys. I have a new bow on the way (90 lb APA King Cobra TF) and I need to get some arrows to go with it. I don't have any experience with heavy arrow setups so I could use some help. Essentially I am looking for a DG setup even though I will just be shooting targets for now. Ideally the arrow will be somewhere around 900-1000 grains but anything 700+ is fine. 20%+ FOC if possible. I think Grizzlystiks would be ideal for this, but the problem is I live in Australia and I'm not prepared to pay $100+ in shipping for a 6 pack of arrows (which already cost nearly 2x the price of some other brands). So I've been looking at Easton FMJ DG in 250 spine and Black Eagle Rampages in 150 spine, both of which available locally at a good price. My questions: 1) Are these good options? I've seen a lot of people on this forum using FMJ DG but OnTarget seems to suggest the spine will be weak for my setup, while the Rampages will be slightly stiff. 2) Where should I cut the arrows for a 27" draw length? In the past I've cut arrows at 27" but is there any advantage in having a longer arrow for this kind of setup? 3) How should I build the arrow? For the Rampages I'm thinking a 300 gr field point and a 75 gr insert up front (can I use Easton HIT inserts with these?). According to OnTarget that will give me about 850 gr with 21% FOC and 124 KE with a 28" arrow. Is there anything else to consider? Any advice at all is appreciated.