Spot on Jason
Theros: I can't speak for others, but my reason's for not sharing drill points is that this site is about lockpicking not lockdrilling.
Those who want to know how to and where to drill locks will find the information they require by opening up a mortice lock and measuring it.
This is not meant to sound sarcastic in anyway, I assure you, but if I told you the drill point of a Chubb 114 for example, how would you indentify the lock to use the drill point
You need, not only the drill point, but the knowledge to identify the lock from the outside of the door in question.
I have a list on my computer of approx 100 different mortice locks and about 20 safe locks with a description of the lock, its workings, its differs etc. etc. etc.: All of this information has been gained over quite a few years of doing exactly what I wrote previously... take the lock apart and study it. After some time, you will have all the drill points you need.