One of my goals this winter is to become (and then continue to be) a better handgun shooter, which means lots of structured practice and lots of ammo. For a long time I've been a single stage reloader, but I'm starting to see the value of a progressive press for high volume loadings (in my case .45ACP and 357SIG). I've started looking at Dillon's, and I'm leaning towards a 650. However, this is a whole new world for me, and progressive presses are pretty odd looking contraptions with lots of tubes, hoppers, trays and gizzmos sticking out in all directions. Thier visual complexity makes me wonder about functional reliability.
What are your experiences with progressive presses...especially Dillons? THanks in advance for your responses.