You know it! I'll add these to the cases of brass sitting on my desk in the shop... 414SM, 445SM, 500L, 44 Special, 41 Mag, 44 mag, 32 mag, and I don't know what else... The good thing is they all seem to be in that same 500-1000 piece box.... They stack nice and neat!
You have a lot of work to do! I have been reloading for the 327 since last spring for my Buckeye NMBH with the 32 H&R cylinder rechambered by Bowen for 327 Mag. Like it a lot, but does have a sharp report. Brian Pearce had a good article on the 327 in an issue of Handloader late last summer, I think, and has lots of loads, albeit in a Ruger SP101. I just acquired a USFA 32WCF/327Mag convertible last week and will be trying some handloads in that tomorrow at the range. This has a 4 3/4" barrel while the NMBH is 6.5" Current plinker load is 97 gr. SWC ahead of 5.5 grs. W231.