Yep. The next trip will be focused on Vaal Rhebok and the Tiny Ten. The .340 Wby somehow feels a tad on the "too much of a good thing" side, if we spend 90% of the hunt after 50 lbs antelopes LOLI think of all the weatherby calibers, you’ve found the demonstrably best. 257 and 270 present the biggest benefit and most lethality for their size. Recoil is managable. Either would be fine globally on animals up to Kudu/Elk and smaller at reasonable distances.
But there will also be Sable, so the .340 Wby does come along.
The jury is still out for the Nyala. I guess it will depend on which gun I carry if we bump into a good one... Given the choice I would prefer the .340, just to be on the safe side, because I could take the shot from any angle, but the .257 would do fine on a clear broadside presentation I believe.