I have "roughly" three loads that I use for target shooting.
One is a 200gr cast RNFP over about 13-13.2gr of Unique**, to duplicate my carry loads of 200gr@~1500fps. I set the OAL a bit long at about 1.605 to 1.609, for a little wiggle room with the pressure.
The second most common is the same bullet, loaded backwards
and seated almost fully into the case, with ~3.8gr of Unique. I seat the bullet like this both to take up as much case volume as possible (was getting inconsistent velocities otherwise), and because the "wadcutter" profile makes nice holes in the paper. Also, the wadcutted profile would make them a bit more terminally effective should they ever need to be used for defensive purposes. They should clock around 700fps out of my 8" barrel, and are obviously quite light. At the right angle, you can see them heading out! The main thing I don't like about these is they shoot like 8-12" low at 25 yards, heh. But, new shooters really like them, and I still shoot them just to kindof verify my technique and stuff at closer ranges (2-10 yards), while reducing powder use, leading, and general wear on the gun.
Finally, I've more recently begun loading about 7.7gr of Unique under the same 200gr bullet, seated forward but down to about 1.55" OAL. I seat them a little deeper than normal just to get a bit more out of the powder, as the goal is to get a little flatter trajectory for <25yd plinking, but without getting too hot.
As you can see, I really like Unique powder. Other than being dirty, it really does everything I need to do. I eventually want to try loading up some H110 and pushing a 200gr bullet out at like 1800+fps, but currently I get bad-enough leading shooting these bullets at 1500fps (I think largely due to too-tight throats), and I don't want to do it bad enough to drop the money for jacketed bullets.
Note, the listed max for my first load is technically 13gr of Unique. I'd loaded and shoot a good 1000 rounds of these, thinking I'd been loading about 12.8gr of powder. Only recently did I get a nicer scale and discover I was actually loading about 13.2gr of Unique. I had already been loading them long and been using a light crimp anyways.
Oh, speaking of crimp. My crimp is very light (you can't see it by looking at it). However, the gun with these loads is still more accurate than I am, and I can still hit the 8" gong at 150 yards about 4 out of 6 shots