My personal opinion is put the arrow where it should be put and it doesnt matter what kind of broadhead is attached, the deer is going down.
Last year a friend of mine, who is an excellent hunter, took a broadhead out of a new package and screwed it on a shaft as he was leaving his cabin early in the morning. Shortly after sunrise he drilled a large doe in the vitals. He could see the bloody arrow sticking out of the dirt and he heard the deer crash, so he slipped out and went back for a cup of coffee. There on the table were all three of the broadheads that came with the package. The only one missing was the practice head that now comes with may boxes of heads! He looked in his quiver and the practice head was not there. It was covered in blood, 20 yards fromhis stand and the doe was lying dead 80 yards down the trail!!!