It depends on what you're hunting.
Cutting Edge Bullets makes some unique products. I've had great results with their 135 gr. Raptor in my .308.
In my M-70 NH .375 H&H, this load worked out really well. I haven't bloodied it yet, did with the .308.
I've heard some African PH's like CEB bullets. I don't think they do well in brush, but for PG and general hunting, pretty impressive accuracy and terminal performance..
They're expensive, but how many do we actually shoot at critters. Practice with something less expensive.
Here are a couple of links. I wrote the second review on this .308 bullet. https://cuttingedgebullets.com/308-135gr-er-extended-range-raptor
Here's the .375 bullet I used. https://cuttingedgebullets.com/375-235gr-er-extended-range-raptor
Well, that kinda group may be hard to duplicate, but it happened once. And, you'd know it would be the one the chrono missed. CEB bullets are accurate and deadly and expensive....