I live in a rather smaller apartment, and unless I want to attach a press to the kitchen table, reloading is out of the question. However, I am still always looking for some hot ammunition. Recently, I've been shooting a good deal of .45 Super from Glock 21 (LWD barrel, 22lbs recoil springs, etc.). At first, I purchased ammo from Buffalo Bore (255 gr. hardcast). However, at over $50 a box, this was getting a bit cost prohibitive. I since have found Underwood Ammo's .45 Super to be great and about $15 cheaper than Buffalo Bore! I'm digging the 185 gr GDHP. It has some serious zip, plus I was holding 5 rds to about 2.5 inches at 25 yds (a better shot could have tightened it up, I'm sure). Gonna take the Glock and a mag of Super's to a hog ranch (yeah, game ranches are kind of lame but its all pork in freezer). Anyway, I find Underwood to be producing a great product and at a reasonable (considering my other options) price.