You can crack aces and kings with such hands because your opponents will not put you on trips or straights easily. I still advise you to not play suited original page too often because many times you will lose a little money and even if you hit your hand, there is no guarantee that other players will pay you out. The few times you hit you have to compensate for your losses for all the other times. The huge advantage of small pairs and suited connectors is that it is relatively easy to fold these hands on the flop when they do not hit. Keep weak players in play (intending sometimes to reraise).
This is quite logical. If you betraise with strong hands maybe you scare away many players. If you are sure that someone will raise, just go ahead and make the call. When it is your turn again you can decide to make a trap play and only call or make a reraise.