As far as comparing Hornady's ammo, it is as close as you can get I guess.... But each gun does not shoot Hornady ammo the best so your list is flawed. Trying to make a list of the flattest shooting calibers/heaviest hitting bullets is not possible solely by analyzing the factory offerings from a single company.
Thank you allaroundhunter
And as for superformance ammo, sure it's faster most of the time but I've tried it in several of my rifles and accuracy suffered in each one. Also the peak pressure and duration of pressure that the superformance powder generates is questionable IMO over an extended amount of shooting. I believe (don't know this for a fact) it will wear a barrel out faster, and may not be a healthy load for the gun over a duration of several hundred rounds. So Ill stick with my "old fashioned" powders.