Ok no one else seems to be willing to ask so I will, do you prefer a razor sharp edge on your broad heads or do you just "hit them with a file" too produce a more ragged "serrated" edge?
Seems like "hit them with a file" folks tend too be traditional shooters, while wheelies tend too go for the razors edge approach. In my own experiments there is little difference in penetration(50 lbs recurve at 20 yards) I do know from my experience as a RN that clean cuts produced by very sharp objects seal quickly and bleed less than ragged cuts. There's some evidence in nature too support the ragged approach as well, sharks and many predatory dinosaurs have/had teeth with micro serrations to aid in cutting flesh. I would think post shot damage to internal organs would be about the same. What are your thoughts?