Actually, Alliant intends you use the Hodgdon Clays reloading data for all component combinations. That is precisely why they named it Clay_Dot instead of something else. Hodgdon includes Fio616 primers in their AA and STS hull recipes.
According to their loading data, just changing to a 616 from a 209 I can't reload a 1200 round, that is until I change to a windjammer wad? For cost purposes I bought the 616's, and have got advise that is all over the board with my last receipe. I'll be following this.
I had problems with the new AA hulls. When seating the primer it would dish the base of hull enough making the striking distance too far for the bottom barrel of my Citories's. I now use Remington gun club hulls and STS hulls they are compression formed hulls and will not allow the base of hull to dish in. 10tenner