So now that I have a bitzenburger on the way, I was going to buy some vanes/fletching but there are so many different kinds out there. My local archery shop decides which vanes to put on an arrow according to to what broadhead you plan to use. 4" vane for fixed blade and 2" for mechanical. I feel as though there has to be a reason for this, like better steering of the broadhead but more people than not seem to prefer a 2" regardless of what they shoot. Does the type or style of vanes you use really matter that much? I personally don't like the look of a 2" vane. I was looking into the 3" fusion duravane. One website noted that these were intended for xbow bolts but the next says they are a good all around choice. Being I am not a competitive archer and my focus is bow hunting, do vanes really matter that much. Do I pick what I like or is there some guidelines I should follow to pick what I ultimately end up using? Thanks. This post probably should of went in the tech section, sorry. I put it here out of habit being I check this section more often. Mods, feel free to move it if that's where it needs to be.