And choked at the price. I'm used to getting HST online for $25-27 a box (which I admit, always struck me as weird because ammo over the counter was so close to a buck a round for so long I just got used to it), so $42 seemed like a lot, but I love HST and was happy to find ANY premium .40. Shipping is a crimp in all online ammo purchases, but some places are more reasonable (or I should say less gougeable) than others. Ammunition Depot charged me ten bucks to ship. Anyway -- all my HST experience is with 180 gr. It's always been accurate in my Glocks. I fired some Gold Dot the other day and got a 4" group, but the HST was under half an inch, as always. I'm curious about the bullet weight affecting POA. Is it a rule that light bullets shoot low, or just a more-often-than-not thing? Long ago I touched off some Remington Express 155 and it was smoking hot, which distracted me from noticing how it looked on paper. I'm looking forward to trying out this bullet weight. I guess you can't go wrong with any weight in .40, but all weights have dedicated followers, and I'm entering the territory of the light and fast guys, who I hope will chime in with their 155 gr experiences. I'm normally a heavy for caliber guy, but it being summer, there won't be jackets to plow through. I'm open to liking this weight.