The bullet has such a profound effect on pressure that the bullet maker's book ought to be your primary source of load data. Mistakes and typos do happen, so crosscheck that data with info from the powder maker. If there is any discrepancy, resolve the issue with the Lyman book.
I would not use one bullet maker's data with a different brand of bullet because of the risk of having an over-maximum load due to bullet construction.
"F r o m" but I think that Nick had an issue with 'table,' once. I've hit the 'f r o m' problem more than once.Crud. I tried to post a reply but the board choked. It probably contained that one word that causes the server to freeze. If anybody can remind me what that word is, I'll edit it out of my answer.
Darn frustrating thing, that.