We have a bunch of .375's to choose from. There is a .378 Weatherby, .375 Weatherby, 375 Ruger, .375 Dakota and the .375 H&H. If you were going to buy one to use for Alaska hunting which one would you want and why. I am old fashioned. So I will stay with the .375 H&H. That long tapered case feeds wonderfully inspite of the belt that is in fashion to complain about. It's success as a Brown Bear round is a proven fact. My old Winchester Mod. 70 holds 4 in the magazine. How many of those other .375's can do that with out an expensive trip to a good gun smith? If I was smart enough to set up one of the surveys I see posted here I would, maybe someone else can. Is it spring yet?