I've taper crimped my 38's/357's as well. They were not "hot" loads and performed satisfactorily. The 180's I got from Montana Gold do not have a cannelure. I've done a casual search for 180's/10mm and haven't found any with cannelures. All of the commercial ammo I've found (Federal) are not rolled crimped (but then the 10mm is/was principally intended as a semi-auto round and a person would expect no roll crimping). Since I'm using the commercial rounds in a heavy duty revolver (the Ruger 5524 is built on a 454 frame and weighs in at a meager 52 oz's. Yes, I've started a wrist strengthening exercise routine🏋️♀️), I am hoping to get some advice or observations on rolling your own for a 10mm revolver. For now, I'll stick to the middle of the road loads and a taper crimp. The Federal Champion 180/FMJ are rated at 1200 fps and I felt very little recoil.
Wow, great question. I recently started shooting 10mm reloads in a revolver and didn't even give this a second thought. My Lee dies taper crimp 10mm, and I've had no issues with crimp jump at all. Some bullets have a cannelure and some don't. Either way, no issues, but now that you brought this to my attention NWDave, I'll have to do some extra testing.
 correction, only one 10mm bullet with a cannelure, but I've only shot it from my SR1911 so far.