Pardon my ignorance, but it seems to me that despite fork rake and/or head tube angle, the thing that matters most when analyzing the two is the trail. Shorter fork rake can make up for a larger head tube angle and vice versa. I guess I could go to all the websites and do the math but I am hoping someone else already has!
Basically, I am in the market for a new track frameset and want something that is "less" responsive to steering but more stable in terms of going in a straight line. The primary reason for this is because I am more interested in comfortable long distance riding than tricking around. I do however like the "skidding" aspect for fixie riding and do that quite often.
What are people's thoughts on this? Is my thinking correct or am I totally off? What are some good framesets with long trail and good for long distance riding? Perhaps even, good track bikes with relaxed geometry!?