Desired group size at 100 or 200 is up to the shooter. That is, whatever seems good to you.
Or LR work 1 MOA would be good. When I say 1 MOA I mean one shot each day, you pick the day and the time, for 5 days and keep all shots within 0.5 MOA of the point of aim. Half MOA away from POA is 1 MOA diameter.
This tests the complete system. The rifle, scope, trigger, trigger break, shooter position, bipod use, rear bag use, wind reading and whatcha had to eat so far that day.
This usually comes after tons of shots doing load work up, bedding modifications and much frustration.
Personally, I quit load development when get to 1/2 MOA @ 200 for several 3 shot groups a day or two apart.
I then shoot 2 shot groups at enough different distances out to maximum range. Two shot groups when validating drops is sufficient to see if velocities are consistent. Which, for me, indicate more load fine tuning is usually necessary to reduce ES and get vertical spread down.
That's a bit more than you asked for but I can't sleep.