I have a some questions for all of the wildcat shooters. Is the main advantage for super speed is to have better wind deflection? I guess my question is more that the big advantage for super velocity is less wind deflection instead of less bullet drop. I mean we have some great range finders on the market today. and once we know the range we all dial for any range and knowing the current elements we will be very close on our elevation. ( velocity not really a factor here) But the wind? that is the element that drives me crazy. in a good way. I am fairly new to long range shooting at least compared to most on here. i have a custom built Remington 260 and it shoots the Berger 140 vlds outstanding. i have shot 10 shot string posting a 7" group at 1,000 yards. and i have made cold bore shot out to 1,000 yards. However it is not a barrel burner. 2720 fps. I do have a building bug attacking me and really wanting a 338 for some reason. but just really can see the need to build a round that will only get 2500 rounds down the barrel before i get to re-barrel it?? again keep in mind i am just getting started not real smart yet. so please understand i might make a very dumb comment here. i mean i love the thought of a 338 edge or a Kirby allen magnum, or the 338 Norma. Do you build the wild cats so you get better wind deflection and not so much less bullet drop?? i feel i am a good trigger puller i can range the elevation and dial it . and if someone will tell me the correct wind drift i can dial it also. to me the ultimate question always comes down to wind drift. Would love to here some comments.