Looks aren't everything. I still say a big heavy .45 is already the diameter that you hope to get with an expanding 9mm, and it's twice as heavy. Big holes leak badly. No doubt it looks wicked, but how well does it really work in real life? Looks like it would fragment quite a bit. If that's the case, what's left to penetrate past the first few inches? SO, where can I get some?
Sort of reminds me of the OTMRP stuff the military has been using. It just looks like it was made for TV to look like it just HAS to be badder than bad. Basically the OTMRP is a lead free projectile that works on the principle that the open tip expands and does whatever damage it can, but the rear portion stays intact and penetrates further. I'd like to have some to try out and some for display, but for serious social work, I'd stick with the proven methods.