I shot a trio of my final PD loads into my regular expansion-test system, that being a series of 1-gallon waterjugs (WJs) front-to-back. I shoot from 10 feet. This time I used my 20SF and the new PD load using Hornady 155g. XTPs. Because others have opined that heavy clothing on badguys changes the expansion characteristics of hollowpoint bullets, this time I shot a couple thru 4 layers of mechanic's (fabric) handtowels taped to the front of the front WJ. Here's what that looked like before. Here's a pic from the shooting position after. Here are the 2 bullets. On the left is the bullet that was fired without a cloth cover; on the right is the one fired thru the 4 layers of cloth. Obviously they expanded somewhat differently, but the keys are that both expanded fully and stayed together. Altho some will opine that this kind of testing is NOT indicative of how bullets perform in the bodies of badguys, I still prefer bullets that perform well in these test versus bullets that come apart in these kinds of tests. I'm plenty happy with this load. If the pics never show up, see them here http://www.ar15armory.com/forums/Expanded-HornadyXTP155s-d-t85336.html .