I have looked in all the books I own, checked out all the manufacturer web sites and fine no load data really comparable to the components I have.
You will rarely if ever find published load data that matches all of your components. In fact you never will.
As stated in most if not all of the books and manuals you have, Published load data is not a Recipe and should not be treated as such, it is merely a guideline. That is why they all tell us to, Start Low and Work Up.
It is perfectly fine to use data of same weight bullet of similar design and construction.
But, about all I am finding is JHP and a wide swing in O.A.L. that leads me to believe that I may encounter pressure problems by not keeping an eye on this.
OAL is ALWAYS bullet & gun specific, regardless of what the manual says. The bullet has to fit-feed-fire your gun. After all if it doesn't fit-feed-fire, then there is no need to worry about pressure.
If you are loading shorter than published OAL, then you need to reduce yor charge wt to compensate for the shorter length. If using starting data, shorter OAL doesn't matter as much. If working to the top end, everything matters.
Make up some dummy rounds and find the longest OAL that functions in your pistol. Then Start Low and Work Up.
Tip, only make a couple of each at first. Once you find the best OAL and powder charge then load a bunch.