I signed up on LRhunting to test the new 87gr Berger VLD in 6mm they are developing, it is supposed to have a G1 BC of .421. I've had trouble with long range expansion with the 95gr Berger on coyotes at a MV of 2950fps. The bergers being designed to penetrate before opening is less desirable on coyote size animals in my experience. The Swift scirocco 90gr won't shoot accurately in my rifle like the 90gr ballistic tip will but the BC is considerably higher. I've not yet tried the 90gr E-tip, but might have to.
The 87 VMax has a BC of .400... not giving up too much to the Berger... and I KNOW those things open up on coyotes for a loooong ways. Not too many bullets out there in the 6mm that are better designed for long range coyote work.
You are right, I shot the 75gr V max for a long time and it worked perfect on coyotes, but when calling I occasionally get a cat to come in. The 6mm V max bullets will absolutely wreck a bobcat pelt, I nearly cut the first one in half at 80yds and wrecked another at just under 300yds. I want a bullet like the accubond that opens fast, but doesn't explode for my 6mm for when the cats come in.