I know the common recommendation for the data volume in SQL Server is to use 64 KB blocks/stripes, since the I/O is typically done by entire extents. I can't find any good information regarding log file I/O, however.
I've been watching I/O activity in Process Monitor for a little while, and it appears that the log file I/O sizes range from 512 bytes to just under 64 KB. I'm guessing this is dependent on the size of the transaction being logged, and large ones get split up using multiple ~64 KB writes.
So, assuming I have the partition aligned to the RAID stripes, would it be safe to assume that 64 KB blocks/stripes will yield the best performance, all other things being equal? I would expect that the smaller transactions, i.e. the ones with 512-byte writes, aren't coming heavily enough for the large block size penalty to have a significant impact, whereas the much larger transactions writing lots of 64 KB blocks in rapid succession would be more important to tune for.