I have a 200 grain .360 mold you made that works great! It has a .35 long nose with 80% meplat and 3 bands below the crimp plus the gas check. I also have a 235 grain .377 mold you made that also works great! The .377 has a .375 long nose with 80% meplat and 2 bands below the crimp plus the gas check. The .377 mold is longer below the crimp groove than the .360. I just ordered another .377 mold and was hoping to get the 3rd driving band, but was unsucessful. My question is why does the program allow more driving bands below the crimp groove with the .36 bullet than the .375?