What was interesting, was Bryan doesn't anneal any of his reloaded brass. The various studies from his testing and the annealing companies' testing are a little different.
One of the main things I liked was the information provided about bullets going into the transonic (from about 1340 fps to 1100 fps). This is a very important transition and your bullet stability is critical at this point.
We talked about 3 guys shooting 308 Win bolt guns with 175 SMK side by side. One guy was running a short stubby 14" bolt gun with an 8" twist. He was getting repeated hits at 1350 yards where the other slower twist 308's were very random in their hits. It all had to do with stabilizing the 175 more as it goes through the transonic speeds.