Really, this was the answer I wanted. I am very aware that the biggest equipment problem is me and I have spent enough money already. The nagging doubt is turning up to a comp and the others on your boss are all using X10s. I suppose if there really was a magic bullet they'd all be using those.Actually, Carbon Ones are pretty good for staying on target in the wind. A heavy point helps down range grouping too, providing your bow is tuned to the arrows, so unless you want to fork out for X10s, you're already there. Personally, in the wind, I find it's me that gets blown about far more than the arrows do, so I focus on being solid and my fitness shooting in the wind.
I use the smaller AAE ones EP16 I think. I did wonder whether using a slightly heavier shaft would stop the back kicking out based on nothing except some vague physics intuition; but a heavier arrow doesn't cast as well so you might be worse off.What size vanes are you using?
AFAIK using smaller vanes is the cheapest way to reduce (some of) the wind drift.