Attached some LRT load data straight from the Ramshot website. The cartridges and components listed may yield some clues regarding how LRT might be useful.
What jumped out at me was that 6.5-284 Norma is listed. It is nowhere near as overbore as the other chamberings in the data. Given that powders like Retumbo, H1000, and RL26 are known to work well in 6.5-284, that may serve as a starting point for figuring things out. Seems LRT may be worth investigating in other chambers that can use those powders. The primer type being used in the 6.5-284, in contrast with the other chamberings listed, is also worth noting.
The product description for LRT on midwayusa.com states LRT has a burn rate similar to Retumbo.
As for temp sensitivity, we know that ball powders are typically more sensitive to temp than extruded powders. The question is to what extent? I doubt straight answers to that question will be had from anything but testing by the LRH community. For the sake of discussion, Ramshot's take on temp stability is outlined below: