The .358 Norma is something like a thick goldchain around Your neck, its nice to have, but You really don't need it. The .358 is the same, too close to the .338 Winni and not too far away from .375 H&H.
To test it the ultimative way, built three guns, all the same with 338, 358 and 375H&H barrels fit and try to sell it:
Be prepared, because many will have the 375, lots want to have the 338, but nobody is even asking for the 358 Norma, because nobody knows it. If You look deaper, brass is problem, bullets are problem (because lots of are mainly made for 358 Win & 35 Whelen and so in my opinion too soft) and original ammo from Norma is far too expensive for a nice afternoon at the shooting range.
If I'm considering a new cartridge for my locker, those named circumstances just chase it out of competition. If You want to invest Your time and money, to shoot an exotic cartridge like that, so buy it, hug it, write us Your huntingstories and be happy.!!