Different bullets have different bearing surfaces and sometimes different jacket alloys and this could change the pressure and velocity so I would recomend dropping your powder charge 1 grain to start with.
It is allways wise to reduce the powder charge when changing any component.
I have seen over a 100 ft/sec change in velocity from one bullet to another without any powder/primer changes.
I didn't really mean to get into the load ?'s. I was just using that for ref. I've shot this load in several rifles with very good results. I'm loading them just off the lands so I've not had any pressure issues. My problem is I live on a farm in the city so I can't tinker with things much, I can see the clock on the court house . I have to drive an hour to get to a shooting range. I shot this load with the 140 berger quick to see if it would group. I didn't think to try to check the vel. on it just in case, and it shot a 1/4 inch group. I was just wondering if anyone had seen any big velosity changes just by switching bullets. I wouldn't think the Berger would be any slower than the Noslers? I quess by JE's experience 100 fps one way or the other is very possible. This 7mm-08 accuracy keeps getting better and better. I just hope my 6.5x47 will give it a run with a little work.