Used a Rock Chucker for about 40 years but grew tired of pinching my fingers when loading the long stuff. After adding the Chapuis 9,3x74R decided to sell the Rock and buy a Ammo Master. Really enjoy the bigger window and will enjoy it more when my 450 Nitro comes in. But the Ammo Master made loading smaller ammo a chore with the longer travel of the arm. Lot more work to load handgun rounds.
Late last year purchased a nice Savage in 6mm Norma BR so decided this would be the time to add a more precise press and went with the Forster Co-Ax. The precision of this press and how it operates is truly amazing. Added the short arm to it as well as the plate that will accept standard shell holders.
Wifey bought me a RCBS Partner press for xmas so decided to set it up just for handgun rounds. Well, after loading up several hundred rounds I just can't use it anymore. It is a fine press, compact and works well but the Co-Ax has totally spoiled me. Tomorrow the Partner is coming off the bench and all the dies will be reset to be used with the Co-Ax.
I thought the sun set and rose around "regular" presses and really like my RCBS stuff. But if you havent tried a Forster Co-Ax press you should give one a try. However, it is not the press if you are loading long rounds like the 300 Wby, 375 H&H, etc.