So I finally got my Lee running in a suitable manner and managed to load up 40 rounds (not including those many unfireable rounds with inverted or mangled primers), X20 230gr FMJ round nose, X10 200gr FP, and X20 200gr SWC, all jacketed or plated and I am pleased to say that I did not have a squib, double charge, or any feeding issues.
The 230gr loads are with 8.0gr of HS6 and the 200gr loads are using 8.6gr of the same. The difference in recoil from the 230 and the 200s was insane. Both loads are in the 850-900FPS realm but the 200s just (or seem to) shoot softer.
Best group of the three loads was the 200gr plated SWC with the 200gr flat point taking the #2 spot. The 230 FMJ did well but not nearly as well as the others.
The initial testing was done from a rest, albeit a poor excuse for a rest at 50' with follow up testing done from a two handed hold. I think all the .22 shooting this winter is leading to a nasty flinch, hopefully I'll be able to get more cartridges loaded up without further issue and beat that flinch into submission before the thaw and start of IDPA.
I'll measure the groups later this evening.