You can get a ton of useful informations from them, just be sure to validate that the information you get is not wrong... and i just like Vittorio Frangilli posts, almost always some nice stuff to learn from him :-)
Dunno yet, i have a hoyt GM with hoyt wood limbs but i will at least have to change my limbs before i start shooting again (1-2 years before that can happen :-()
The rest i dont really remember... a custom multi-rod stabilizer, shibuya musashi Vbars and stabilizers, ACE upper front stabilizer, all stab. equiped with some kind of "doinkers", old sight that need to be changed (not straight anymore) and i will probably shoot with ACC indoor and ACE outdoor (thats what i used to shoot, worked well). I use a A&F tab (does those things still exist?) and i will need a new plunger, probably a Beiter or a Spigarelli.
Humm, dont remember exactly when i started shooting, i shot in competitions for maybe 3 years. My records where around 1160 outdoor and 275 indoor. All that stuff doesnt really have any importance to me because i will have to relearn almost everything (new technique using different muscle than the one i have injured (my left rhomboid major, im left handed), new bow and limb with lower pressure (was shooting 39#, will probably have to drop to 34# for some time)... anyway to sumarize im looking foward to shoot new personnal records and i wont keep track of my old ones.
Archery doesnt look like a dangerous sport but it can be. A lot of generally unused muscles and articulations are used to shoot so pls pls, be carefull and get a good coach if you can (i think its a must, really...) because injuries can happen if you're not careful about a lot of details...
And the most important thing: never forget why you started archery, because it was fun! The fun factor must always be remembered, i really think that if you have no pleasure when shooting, maybe its not the sport for you anymore...