I haven't had much time lately but I have chronographed the combat load out of the 8" and 14.7" LWRC's. 2678 fps from the 8" and 3007 fps from the 14.7". The TSX is designed as a hunting round and I think the 85's would work well as a hunting round and a bad ass combat round. I haven't seen any ballistics tests on it yet so I don't know how far it penetrates but I imagine it will be at least 12 inches and probably alot more. At 2550fps I've tested the 110gr TSX and they expanded to an average of .60". Just imagine that bullet design at 3000 fps. After running the numbers on the JBM program, 3000 fps muzzle velocity gives it a performance envelope of 500 yards (if the hollow point opens at 1900 fps). Since it is a solid copper bullet it will be good for intermediate barriers. I think this may be the best round yet for the 6.8 for general use. I haven't tried accuracy testing yet but I don't have any reason to believe it won't be accurate enough for combat use.