Well thanks to the helpful people on here I was able to get my GT shooting perfectly. BUT my strings went to pot and needed to be replaced. So now I am battling a few new problems.
1. My nock height is very strange. My cams are synched (cables cross the same dots) and both limbs are bottomed out, but no matter how low I set my nock height I am getting the "upward pull" 7 looking D-loop. I started with my arrow through the center of the berger holes (7/8" up from the deepest point in the shelf) and have moved it lower and lower. Half of my arrow now sits below the berger holes and I still end up with a deformed loop. If I go any lower I am going to have to start shooting off the shelf. I have no idea what else to do, but it bugs the heck out of me that I can't get my loop straight.
2. I am getting a nock low tear when shooting through paper. If I lower my rest enough to compensate for the tear, I end up with the arrow visibly pointing down in relation to the berger holes/shelf.
3. I am also getting a stiff spine reaction when shooting through paper. I can get rid of it for the most part by turning my limb bolts all the way in, but I prefer to shoot around 65lbs as my shoulder has been bothering me lately. I know that a simple fix would be to buy new arrows, but I was able to get a PERFECT hole through paper with the same arrows and around 66lbs prior to re-stringing my bow so if possible, I would like to avoid spending the additional money on arrows.
I really appreciate whatever input anyone may have on the subject. Thank you for helping me out!