For most whitetail hunters a two inch, two blade rear deployment head with a chisel point is the ticket to a quick kill and a good blood trail. If you look at what and why we use a broad head instead of a field point, I think this question is answered for most of us. We need broad heads to cause the wound to hemorrhage causing either a heart attack or suffocation, which is quicker than a small single hole like a field point. Secondly, we need a tip that shatters a bone when it's hit, which in turn does not use up our available kinetic energy or momentum and the best for this is the chisel point. If you process your own deer you will be keenly aware that the bone of a deer and the bones of livestock are not the same. A deer’s bone is much harder and more brittle than livestock. Try sawing a deer’s leg off with a bone saw meant for cattle, you will get a big surprise. So what kind of broad head do I recommend? Glad you asked. Across the whole weight range of bows and set-ups, a design like RAGE® Hypodermic 2 blade 2” broad head or in the 50lbs range or less 1-1/2” of the same variety. REMEMBER - Conserve your kinetic energy and get a pass through and a good blood trail. Good hunting to all in the upcoming Bow Season!!!!