One question I have: Are people seating and crimping in the same motion? I have heard this isn't the best way to go. Hopefully I'm not opening a can of worms. I usually seat the bullets and then I back the seater off and move the whole die down until I have a nice light crimp. I usually wait til I have 100 brass ready to go before I start a new batch. I like consistency as much as anyone else, am I wasting my time by doing it the way I have been loading 45-70? I don't usually crimp my .308, .243, or 30-06. They seem to do just fine and it's one less step I might screw up.