Yeah, I would think so too, but Mark swears it is never been a problem for him, and he has shot a lot of Berry's through his.
Take this for what it is worth, because I am more of a Limited shooter and don't shoot much Open at all, but my favorite Open bullet is Zero's 125 gr. JHP: http://www.rozedist.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=RZD&Product_Code=R162-A&Category_Code=ZBJ-9MM
. That link is for the .355 version but they also sell it in .356 which is nice, as one may shoot better than the other for you. The enclosed base of the hollowpoint is preferred for minimal leading and these bullets shot very well.
I have also had good luck with Precision Delta's 124 gr. FMJ: http://precisiondelta.com/detail.php?sku=B-9-124-FMJ
. The exposed base will leave a little bit of leading in the compensator, but it is pretty minor and they shot nearly as good (definitely good enough for USPSA).
If this is for action pistol and you are trying to squeak out every bit of accuracy, you might consider trying Hornady XTP's. I have never heard of them not shooting well. They are definitely expensive though and you never know, the Zero's or something else may shoot better for you. I'd be willing to bet that if the XTP's aren't far off whatever is best if they are not though.
One more thought. Several years ago I worked up a sweet steel load in .40 using Nosler's 135 gr. JHP for larger steel matches: http://www.nosler.com/sportinghandgunshowroom.htm
. They were really nice bullets and shot very well in my Limited gun, and they make a couple of offerings that you might consider.