Yes, I know there is no replacement for reloading and shooting to find your best safe/accurate load. However I read so much about Quickload that I thought I would try it just to play "what if" scenarios when it is too cold and wet to go out and shoot. (Is there such a thing as too cold and wet for shooting??). Anyway, tried to run it using the recommended values from the Hodgdon load data for the 338 Lapua, 300SMK, H1000 and find velocity and pressure values to be so far different that I wonder what value there is to Quickload. Depending on powder weight Quickload is telling me the pressures are anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000CUP greater than what the Hodgdon website indicates, and I see many people using those same powder charges with no apparent problems. For example Hodgon for 92 grains of H1000 gives fps at 2590 at 53,000 while quickload gives 2710 fps at 64,000. I know there will be some differences as QuickLOAD is just a math model, but 110 fps and 11,000CUP?? Any comments?