In addition the obvious DocGKR references, I found the ATK Wound Ballistic Workshop (WBW) data was also very convincing. There's a lot more WBW results available if you ask the ATK rep. While it wasn't a lab setting, I found that very fact to be a strength. Over all the temp, angle of attack, environmental differences across the country you still saw similar results for 9mm vs 40 vs 45.
Several years ago I wrote the personally-owned weapons policy for the department I worked for, including ammo recommendations. HST and Gold Dot were consistent performers and still are. I prefer the HST 124gr +P if I can get it. .223 rifle ammo was a revelation; the Win Ranger load we were using was worthless against auto glass.
Yeah, some of you boogers snatched up the last 1k quantities of P9HST1 I was watching at SGAmmo.
One interesting comment was the poly component of the Hornady CD could possibly separate in body mass and later cause secondary infections. There is/was no way to detect its location using normal hospital imaging.