Re: Broadhead choice
Some great FIXED blade heads that I know fly well:
Tooth of the Arrow
There are others, as with ANY style bow one must experiment with arrow, and broadheads. If the bow is tuned--all measurements on the bow being within the manufactures specs., and a little time one should have NO issue shooting today's broadheads. The biggest factor after accuracy is the broadhead must be sharp, and stay together as it passes through the vitals. If, and when that happens--you have a dead animal, and reasonable tracking.
Best of luck.