I will call a raise if it's not too much. How much is too much? It's relative to my chip stack. Certainly not more than 5-10% of my stack (depending on how high the connectors are). If it's a big raise, I won't call. I play a little tighter and I don't always follow pot odds
/implied odds as much I play situations.
I certainly won't call a reraise. If someone early raises and someone in middle reraises, I'm done with the hand. If noone has raised to me and I'm in middle or later, I'll raise 4-5X BB and narrow field. If I'm reraised, I'll have to see how much and then if I have a read on the player.
If I was the caller, but am leading out first, I'll immediately throw a stab at the pot whether flop hit me or not (represent pckt pair or tp). If called, I proceed with caution, if reraised, I'm done.
But - when I hit, I lead out with strong, but not overpowering raise. I want a caller. If I reraised or called his raise preflop - then my raise post flop will be bigger knowing the villian is on a hand.
It's all situational. But I WOULD call a raise given the right conditions. Again, I WON'T call a big raise or reraise. I'm not taking my 78s up against QQ+. If someone told me they had pckt 10s, I probably wouldn't call a raise. That's what a big raise tells
me. If they are bluffing
and bluff me off my suited conn - so be it. Congrats. I want to see the flop and I don't want to pay a lot for it...but I would like to see a narrow field so if I have to raise to accomplish that, than so be it. If someone else raises for me, I'll call. If it's a hand where 4 of 6 fold and it's to me, I'll just limp. If I miss, I'll stab and be done vs resistance - but if it hits, I'll check and see if other limper hit anything and then reraise.