got the new g&a in today and they had an article about an sp101 in .327. it is supposedly higher pressure than a .357 or a 9mm. what are yall's thoughts on this? i have noticed, especially latey, that the bullet makers are using smaller diameter bullets at higher speeds, and cranking out all kinds of 'new' calibers. this is basically a souped up .32 with a longer case. the argument could be made either way that too fast of a handgun round will zip through a target and not do enough damage, or, it could be loaded down and have more retained energy in the target. what do yall think?