Re: Interchange data?
Already answered your own question here, and perfectly correctly at that. Always think of a reloading manual as nothing more than a report of; we tried this combination, and this is what we saw. Considering that you're dealing with a different rifle (chamber dimensions, throat configuration, etc.), different lot of powder (even if it's the same brand/type of powder) different brass and primers (ditto the powder comment) and different lot of bullets, the load in the manuals is little more than an approximation of what you'll get from your rifle. Always start low, and work up the load in YOUR rifle, with the particular combination of components that you're now using. Keep an eye on your pressure signs, and you'll do just fine.
Hope that helps,