I have an old Lyman case trimmer thats got a couple problems, so rather than fix it and still have a sub par trimmer I'll work a couple hours of O.T. and purchase a new one.
Redding: I like the Redding with micrometer adjustment for its ability to hold pretty much any case without having to buy new collets. It also comes with two primer pocket cleaners, and an assortment of neck pilots. IIRC Sinclair sells the micrometer adjustable Redding for about 140 dollars. http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...dexId=cat20849
Wilson/Sinclair: I like this trimmer as it should provide much longer service life by design and better alignment of the case and trimmer as well as greater rigidity. The only downside I can see is the limited availability of collets and the fact that you have to buy a new collet every time you get a new cartridge. (They are cheap but shipping to AK means I'll have to spend another hundred or so to make shipping worthwhile right?! ) Sinclair sells this trimmer for $140 but after buying a few collets the price goes up substantially. http://www.sinclairintl.com/cgi-bin/...470&type=store