oh my, the kookery in this thread is amusing, so here's some info;
44° baseplates are more stable at speed, while 50° baseplates are turnier.
rule of thumb for all trucks is:
lower degree: more stable
higher degree: turnier
Caliber 2s are stronger, have a more open bushing seat, have less slop, better pivot cup and kingpin hole, and are generally sex compared to the cal 1s. if you're cruising it won't make a difference.
what are "32 risers"???