Well this will probably stir up some poo but I much prefer winchester brass over remington. They usually have better case capacity, the necks are less prone to split, and they are not as bad for weight being all over the place. That said it I'm sure it doesn't hold true for all chamberings, my experience has been with 260, 7mm-08, 308, and 22-250. If you want brass that is head and shoulders above the average quality brass try lapaua if they make brass in your chambering. Norma and nosler also sell very nice brass for more $ that will usually last longer and be more uniform. Norma does sometimes spit out a batch of soft stuff. Its argued that at the price difference you can just buy more win or rem and sort and cull it to a more uniform weight variance and simply match prep it to bring it up to premium standards. Go winchester or in this case you would have to neck down 30-06 brass to get lapua or norma. Just my opinion......