Went to range today. Nice day, overcast, 45 degrees, 2-6mph wind. Rounds were tested for accuracy and expansion. Sorry, no camera at the range...forgot. 100 rounds of each were fired. Based on my established shooting technique, and my ability to handle .45 recoil which is not an issue with me, I will rate accuracy as follows.... M&P 45FS Distance - 10yrds 1. Hornady TAP 200gr +P 2. Winchester Ranger 230gr T-series 3. Winchester PDX1 230gr All rounds cycled properly with no issues. Hornady ammo is extremely accurate! All Hornady rounds fired consisted of no more than 2 3/4" groups center target, with 7 first round shots being center bull. A very consistent and smooth firing round, for being +P. Expansion setup - Sweatshirt, followed by four 1gal water jugs. Distance - 5yrds Hornady - Blew 1st jug into two separate pieces and 4th jug was bumped back the last 2 feet on the table and hit the ground (keep in mind it went through a sweatshirt first), trapped in 3rd jug. Win Ranger - Went through 3 jugs, put an indention in 4th jug but did not penetrate, was found laying on table between 3rd and 4th jug. Win PDX1 - Penetrated all 4 jugs, trapped in 4th jug. Overall, I was very impressed by the Hornady and Ranger. Hornady is accurate, and seeing how it blew that 1st jug in two different pieces, seems to pack a punch. Rangers are accurate, consistent, and the expansion leaves you with a sick feeling in your stomach. I was NOT impressed by the PDX1 at all. Heard and felt some inconsistencies while firing. Penetration was good, but the other factors will prevent me from purchasing this ammo ever again, as it is untrustworthy IMO. I would feel comfortable with Hornady or Ranger as SD ammo.