Well I load the same rifle in the same caliber so anything you need feel free to ask. I load Speer, Sierra, Nosler, Hornady, and Barnes in 30 cal. Not a big fan of the Winchester Power Point bullets (gray box) they have never shot well in any of my rifles except my Tikka 6.5x55 but it shoots EVERYTHING well.
Just to give you some ideas here are some of the bullets I load and what I think of them.
Sierra Game King: Very good performers on thin skinned game, but as I said they can be excessive in a full powered 30-06, they open fast and leave BIG exit wounds! I posted pics of a 9.5" exit wound my 165gr load left on our last deer of the season. Sierra bullets are famous for being very easy to stroke accuracy out of, I will certainly vouch for that in every one of my rifles the Sierras are either the most accurate or running a close second.
Nosler Ballistic Tips: Another bang flop killer, the lead alloy they use is fascinating, the weight they do fragment is in larger pieces that I usually find in the far side rib cage basically making an 8" shotgun pattern of fragments through the vitals, not ideal for thicker bodied game but make for dramatic kills on deer. Accuracy is more hit or miss, some rifles like poly tips others just seem not to like them, my 30-06 loves them.
Hornady SST: A very close copy of the Ballistic Tip, not quite as tough in my opinion but just as deadly on deer.
Barnes TSX: A unique all copper bullet that retain nearly 100% of their weight making for some remarkable penetration and consistent wound tracts, only issues I have with them is they are VERY picky on load and seating depth, not a good bullet for a new handloader, and they cost twice as much as some of my other favorites.
Nosler Partition: A legend in the hunting world, unquestionably the standard by which all others are judged, they have a metal partition between the front and rear cores making for a bullet that almost cannot fail, only catch is they are pricy, too much so for the volume I shoot.
Speer Deep Curl: A truly unique bullet that has a plated copper jacket bonding to the lead core, this is designed to be an extremely wide expanding bullet, jury is still out on this being as new as it is but my range time with them in four different calibers has shown it to be a very accurate bullet and not picky at all, in my 6.5x55 it shot .4-.6" groups all the way from starting load to max first time out. Oh and at their price they are a great value, most bonded bullets cost twice as much.
Just give me a shout if you have any questions