I agree with Mr. PGM, the prices have become crazy in recent months. I do like the Ranger LE loads in various calibers and think they would do your well - assuming your pistol likes and feeds them reliably.
I would also suggest you consider the Federal 230gr HS, which you can sometimes find on some sites still in the 50 round boxes. Although the 20/25 round boxes are becoming more and more the norm unfortunately in my view.
I personally am a big fan of the Speer Gold Dot and the Remington Golden Saber rounds as well. My agency was lucky enough to hire a retired HP White ballistician as our first ammo "expert". After buying and shooting a lot of different brands and calibers, Jim largely selected the Gold Dot loading for duty use for us in most calibers. As an alternate round he chose the Golden Saber. He really like how both were designed to largely do away with bullet-jacket separation.
But regardless of brand, it is really hard for me to suggest to anyone to only shoot a mag or two of their intended carry round through their pistol - and call that a reliability check. I know ammo is expensive, which is largely why I reload so much. I use the bullet I have chosen to carry, and load rounds that as closely as possible duplicate my duty rounds. So when I am practicing I am almost using my carry loads to practice with.
So that is a suggestion if possible. If you do not reload but have a friend who does - pick a round you want to try out for carry purposes. It your friend can find that same bullet as a reloading component, ask him to load up x number for you to practice with. Shoot a mix in one mag of factory and reloads - to see how they appear to group and perform in the pistol. That will let you know if you feel they do indeed equate to the factory carry load. If they do, then shoot as many of the reloads as you can to test your pistol with. Then end up with firing some more carry loads to be sure.
Beyond doing that, I simply suggest that folks fire enough factory rounds to be sure they are 110% reliable in their carry weapon first. I know it is not a cheap way to approach things, but unlike a gun, there is only one of me, and I think I would be hard to replace. (I do have a couple of ex-wives who might argue my last comment, lol.)
Just my suggestions. Hope they might help out a bit.