Russ and I work pretty well together as a tag team, since we both have a little experience with these crossbows. Truth be told, Russ has much better documentation than I have. Usually, when i can't find certain articles, I generally ask him where they are, since he's much more well organized than I am.
My last note for you tonight is; keep in mind that as you move forward with this modification, it will require a number of complete re-tuning steps that until finished, the crossbow will not perform the way it did with the Whisker Biscuit.
DO NOT get frustrated, because when everything is finished, it will not only shoot much better, but it will also not lose its accuracy due to rest wear or movement. The rest will also not be affected by temperature changes affecting the stiffness of the bristles. You will also need to re-center your scope to insure that before you adjust the center position of your nocking point and QAD Arrow Rest alignment, that your scopes vertical and horizontal adjustments have been returned to their exact center positions. This is done by counting the total number of clicks for each adjustment and then bring each to their center by splitting the total number of clicks in half.
Once the scope has been brought to it's true center alignment, then only use the elevation and windage adjustments on your QAD Rest to get yourself on dead center at 20 yards. I use a white marking pen and place white dots or lines on my QAD Bracket to track my adjustment alignments. This allows me to make see exactly how much I'm moving my adjustments each time I tweak the rest. Once either adjustment is exactly where I want it, I use a Q-Tip with some denatured alcohol on it to erase all the markings and then I make just one new one on each part of the bracket, so I can now see the final alignment.
If you were to need a very tiny amount of additional movement in elevation or windage to be in the exact center of a 1" dot at 20 yards, then use your scopes elevation or windage adjustment to achieve the final setting.
Next, move to 50 yards and repeat this exercise. If your center shot alignment is correct, you will only have to change your elevation setting, but your windage will still be dead center.
If this is not the case, you must paper tune your crossbow before proceeding any further. Once paper-tuned, repeat the above process.