I am looking to buy two bulk powders which will hopefully cover most any need with a variety of the calibers I own. Bullets weights per caliber are for the most part mid to upper end, with the upper end weights on the small 6mm's and mid to heavy on the upper end 7mm and 30's. After looking through numerous manuals, I realize that there really isn't one powder that will cover everything nor will two cover them all tp perfection, and htis isn't my main goal. The goal is to have two powders, which will overlap through the range, and be able to produce useful loads on a wide variety of weights and calibers, if that makes sense. So after all the looking and debating on which brand does what the best, I decided on getting H-4895, and H-4831. I have used both though the years for different loads in various rifles, but am now looking to standardize things to just these two. What do you think? Do you all figure this will work out in the long run, or am I just spinning my wheels, only to be wanting for more on down the road? The load range runs for something chambered in every caliber from .223 through .312. Most are all based off either the .308 or 30-06, or in the case of the magnums the .300 Win. Anything bigger has already been taken care of.