Let's see if I can ask this in an understandable manner... I'm fairly new to leverguns and to Marlins, and have never shot one chambered in anything other than 30-30. And my last lever/30-30 experience was before the advent of Hornady Leverevolution ammo. I read somewhere that the 35 Rem was the round that benefited most from the creation of the Leverevolution, but I don't know if that's true... or even exactly what it means. So here's my question: Of the currently-produced Marlin centerfire rifle calibers- which I believe are limited to 30-30, 35 Rem and 45/70, which offers the flattest trajectory with available Leverevolution factory ammo?