I've been doing lots of reading in search of a better understanding of gun fit as it pertains to shotgun sports. I purchased Rolin's Stock fitting guide and it's just chock full of good info with respect to this stuff. I'm still left with one general question. Most information about shotgun fit relates to fitting a given stock to you and the rib height on your barrel. The other side of the coin is a custom rib to fit you and the stock you have. If a guy was willing to change both the stock and rib, is there an ideal head position, etc that he should aim towards? Does it really matter what form of shooting is in question(trap, skeet, etc). I can understand how desired point of impact could change based on the actual event, but what would be wrong with a high rib, high comb trap style gun that had a 50/50 point of impact and was used as a skeet gun or for sporting clays?