OK Eric, so here's the deal:
Beger Bullets makes a great long distance bullet (G1 BC of .6xx or better) for the .264 caliber, the .284 caliber, the .308 caliber, etc.
But how come the best Berger can do for us .277 guys is a 150 gr. bullet with a BC of .531 ???? If you can develop a 180 gr. bullet for the .284, then surely you should be able to do something in the 165 gr. to 170 gr. range with a .6xx G1 BC for us slightly off-plumb guys that shoot a 277 WSM, SAUM, Allen Magnum, etc. The 150 gr. just don't "gitt'er done"!
I know there may not be a lot of us, but surely we have waited our turn patiently while Berger has developed so many other great bullets over the past 5 years. How about it, is there any hope on the horizon for us?