1100 fps with a 200 grain HST isn't bad for a defensive load against feral recidivist humanoid predators. For a hunting load, I'd prefer a full 1200 fps. Hornady loads a 200 grain XTP at 1050 fps and 1050 fps seems to be industry standard for 200 grain bullets because 200 grain Speer blazers and PMC fmj's are both loaded to 1050 fps. And Underwood's hottest 200 grain 45 ACP load is "only" loaded to 1100 fps but I wouldn't want to get hit with one of those OR a 10mm at 1100 fps. And I suspect that nobody but Underwood, Buffalo bore, and Double Tap loads the 10mm to it's full 37,500 psi maximum chamber pressure. More likely the 10mm is loaded to the same 35,000 psi as the 9mm and the 40 S&W.