Shot a ladder test today and because I don't have a spotter I colored my bullets. This way I can pick out where the shots landed from each load by looking at the color around each hole. So I get the target home and spread out on the kitchen table so I can crunch the data and see how great my new load combinations are that I spend the last two weeks working up and all day today getting perfect.....and realize I have no idea which colors belong to which load. Where the heck did my secret decoder ring go to anyhow? Nowhere to be found, that's where. So now I've got overlapping groups all over this big white piece of butcher paper (with a couple errant fliers just to screw with me a little extra) and no idea which group belongs to which load. So, out to the range tomorrow with my new box of color-coated bullets, three copies of the decoder ring stored in separate locations...and a camcorder lightbulb if I can figure out how to charge the thing.