He suggested trimming the front Y down a half inch on each side so the cable or string does not come into contact with the brace, affecting the aim point.
Ricky also told me to drill a small hole into the center of the Y, this would allow the crossbow sling nipple to sit firmly and flush on the Y. This ensures the crossbow is always in the same spot on the brace. The crossbow sits solid in the cradle now, no rocking from side to side.
I think these two improvements will pay off big in my accuracy at the range and in the field !