When in doubt, load the first 10 rounds @ 10% less powder, and see how they act.
I prefer the Remington 124 gr. JHP from Midway. My last 2,000 piece order came to $214 with shipping. I load them with 7.8 gr. of Blue Dot over a Win std. primer for a bit over 1,200 fps. I figure why have anything on hand, esp. if I took the time to reload it, unless it's suitable for defense?
I've tried the same load with Rem. 124 gr. Golden Sabers, and it's fine. With the Saber bullets, they have a relatively narrow driving band, so the question of material resistance isn't as crucial.
If it's decent range ammo you're looking for, I'd give these a nod:
I've loaded them with 7.1 gr. of Blue Dot for a strong and accurate goofing off load.
Here's the 124 gr. JHP that I prefer:
Currently out of stock, but they do a good job with back orders. For the same price as FMJ, why not load JHP?