Cannot quite agree with that statement. Not sure how many Cape Buffalo and Elephant you have hunted or how many you have had to stop at close quarters but there is no such thing as overdo or overkill for that matter under these conditions. We don't want to "shoot through" charging Cape buffalo or Elephant, we want to kill them and stop them when we need to. "vehicles, body armor, all types of glass (laminated, safety glass, glass with wire in it, windscreen glass, and so on), drywall, brick, magazines, and the people wearing them" The above are not encountered in the African bush while hunting or at least are not shot at while doing so, so they have no relevance when selecting bullets for use when hunting in Africa. None of the above will charge you, with the sole purpose of killing you once you have wounded it due to inferior ammunition on the initial shot. You may have more experience than me with regards to shooting at man made things and man himself but when hunting African game, in particular DG, I would strongly suggest you use the best proven ammunition available. In this way you give yourself the best chance of cleanly killing whatever it is that you are hunting and avoiding getting yourself, your PH and the trackers into a follow up situation which often leads to serious injury or death to those involved. Only time will tell if the new Hornady DGX bonded bullet will make the cut, until such time as it has proven itself in the field, I cannot recommend them.