Don't post to many threads but I thought Id get you guys thoughts, seems like a bunch of guys just really overcomplicate things that don't need to be. I'm constantly seeing threads on Chromatic Aberration, Positive Compensation, Velocity Flat Spots, Sleeping Bullets, etc, etc... I've been shooting and reloading for a really long time and I just don't see the merit in worrying about any of this. I've always went through load development/ladder testing in 0.2g or 0.3g increments to find what that particular rifle likes then go to seating depth, full length size everything, shoulder bump for headspace, chrono from time to time to check velocity, and really just keep things simple if at all possible. If it'll shoot 1 ragged hole I guess I don't understand why guys go down these rabbit holes, enlighten me.