IMR Target
This is a fast burner powder for 9MM, meant to compete with we would guess, Alliant Bullseye.
IMR Target left
Accurate #2 mid
D032 (Cleanshot) right
Conclusion?  D032 way cleaner than both.  However, IMR Target is cleaner than Titegroup, way less sooty.  Notice IMR Target doesn't have all those little sand looking "grit" inside cases and gun?  We think its cleaner in that regard.
IMR Target
Flake powder.  Looks like Alliant Bulleye somewhat.  A lot can fit into a case.  More than you will ever need.  This makes this powder more dangerous if you make a reloading error.

With so many good powders, does this one stand above in the top tier category?  We have just begun.  Check Fast Powder testing summary for more tests to find the winner...  Anyway, you can't go wrong buying this powder for minor, shooting steel, shooting recreationally, or any other purpose for having fun.  It is not, however, the best suited for self defense loads if you want high velocity. 
Lets take a look at some of the brass...

4.8 Grains
115 Grain Hornady HAP
1.1 OAL
Xtreme brass 12.72 case cap.
Federal Gold Medal primers
4.7 Grains
124 Grain Precision Delta HP
1.095 OAL
Xtreme brass 12.72 case cap.
Federal Gold Medal primers
Blue case in back is using same primer in a way lower 20kish PSI range for comparison
3.3 Grains
147 Grain Hornady XTP
1.1 OAL
Xtreme brass 12.72 case cap.
Federal Gold Medal primers
IMR Target
First word that comes to mind.  "YES?"  One of the most accurate powders tested overall.  This powder just works.
Seeing that the cases are cleaner than say, Titegroup, the decision is easy.
IMR Target
Here are some of the loads we tried with this powder..
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