I don't mean to threadjack here, but I have an honest question. (no contempt or sarcasm intended) I get this vibe that cast bullets are an esoteric endeavor. People love the extra steps. They love the thrift...old bearded guys grabbing wheel weights and making bullets, etc. My question is, if a $5000-$50,000 hunt is on the line...why? I'm assuming that modern technology has surpassed lead alloy bullet performance yet people still gravitate towards lead-cast bullets. Is it an anachronism? Thrift? Nostalgia? Or is there something specifically superior to this very old technology that is providing something to me a Barnes, A-Frame, or hydrostatic solid cannot deliver for me better? I'm generally curious. I enjoy the threads. I love the recycling, thrift, and nostalgia angles...I just don't understand their application when HUGE money is on the line for a big hunt leaving it in the hands of what I think of as antiquated technology. I appreciate you setting me straight.