Many of us in the CFDA are interested in wax bullets, because they are the ammo we use in competition. There are currently five bullets approved for use in CFDA competition, and we refer to them by color.
Bandit Bullets makes blue wax
Spitfire Bullets makes red wax
Royal Wax Bullets makes purple wax
C&R Was makes yellow wax
CFDA makes orange wax
The bullets have differing attributes. Some shatter on the target, some stay solid on impact. The various manufacturers all have their formulas, and CFDA shooters are always looking for the perfect bullet. Consistency is important, as it is in all shooting. Low ES and SD are critical to our game. But, in the final analysis, the reasons for choosing one bullet over another are as varied as the individual shooter. What one shooter might consider a "bug" that causes them to reject a bullet, might be considered by another shooter to be a "feature" that causes them to choose that bullet.
My buddy in Kentucky, a shooter we call Counselor, is the host and author of the Firearm Patriot Channel on YouTube. He has undertaken to provide us with velocity testing of the various wax bullets and put his video up on YouTube yesterday.
I admit that watching someone test ammo (whether centerfire, rimfire, or CFDA was) is about as interesting as watching grass grow, but this is data that every CFDA shooter can use. Kudos to the Counselor for this work.