I use a T-7 for precision long range shooting. Load .260 Rem, .308, 45-70 (black powder), and 38-55 on it. It is a real pleasure to know that your dies are set-up dead on.
I started 1000 yard competition about five years ago with modern guns. I have often thought that a Forster Co-Axial press might be a good choice for that application because of its more consistent axial alignment. But, I don't seem to give anything up in the accuracy department to other, experienced shooters. So, the T-7 is serving me just fine.
I have a universal decapping die in one hole and use it all the time for all kinds of things.
That I could be wrong is an eventuality that has not escaped me. I just painted the pictures as I saw them. I do not know how to do anything else. (Saint Elmer, 1955)