Loading for minor...130pf target. I am a 'data guy', but have been pulling the plug on the rung just over my target (e.g., if I reach 130pf at 3.2gr, I will chrono and check the accuracy of the next load up, but then pull the plug). I am just not sure there is any value in recording data for loads I have no plans to use (aside from not having to pull bullets and salvage components). Sure, these data would help me get to know my powder better and aid in future extrapolations after compiling a ton of load data, but firing 20 rounds for the last two loads—two loads in which I have no interest—doesn't make sense to me (especially with the run on primers). I definitely see the value in firing the load above my target, as I might be willing to sacrifice a little bump in pf for marked improvement in accuracy...but shooting another string above that one seems wasteful at this point. I could be talked into finishing the ladder if I am being...myopic (my word of the day). What say you?