I am wondering if this is worth the trouble, but I will ask anyway. Has anyone fooled with this type of load? I don't find full house .30-06 to be much fun to shoot and only do so with full weight bullets for elk. I do enjoy shooting the rifle and find the Hornady custom lite factory stuff to be a lot less painful to shoot. This stuff is around 2800 FPS with a 125 grain bullet. I have seen the Hodgdon youth load data that starts out at 2600 fps with a 125 grain bullet based on H4895, but I wonder if loads that light would be accurate. Any words of wisdom? Anyone tried this before? Good results? I already load cast bullets in significantly lighter loads, but they are 100 to 125 yard propositions. I am wondering if a jacketed 125 grainer would offer good accuracy and modest recoil to 200+ yards.