Well, I was pretty well set that I was going to use the good old reliable 220gr Nosler Partition in my 300 H&H next year in RSA. Impala to Eland. However, I just put in another order for some more Barnes 180gr TTSX....I will have about 325 of them on the bench after this order arrives. What it is coming down to is the ballistic coefficient; .484 vs .351. Now, I am not one to seek out long shots...I believe in removing as much possibility for error as possible. But when you travel halfway around the world to hunt some animals you may never have a chance at again, why not put everything in your favor that is reasonably possible? If I were elk hunting in the black timber of north Idaho, no problem. But I am pretty sure there are some fairly long shots possible in the Eastern Cape, and the improved velocity retention and flatter trajectory of the TTSX over the semi-spitzer (almost round nosed) 220gr Partition might come in kinda handy. I won't get into load development until the weather cools again in Houston (late November)...want it to be close to what I will have in EC of RSA in June. I am quite certain I can find loads for either bullet that will shoot quite well....so assume accuracy is not an issue with either bullet. Which bullet would you go with, assuming equal accuracy? 220gr Nosler at 2,750 - 2,800 or 180gr TTSX at 3,050 -3,100 or so? Impala to Eland, with most all the common stuff in between. I don't think one could go wrong with either...but it is fun to think about!