Well, I have a dillon eliminator scale that was originally very happy with (the first couple times I used it). However, the more I use it, the more I notice that it does not keep its zero. If I zero it, then put an item on it and measure it, I get one number, take it off and put it back on, different number. Then I take the item off and the scale is no longer zeroed. If I re-zero it (using the foot) and put the item back on, I get the original correct number (calibrated weight set). It appears the issue is with the pivot points. If you move the beam a little bit to one side you get high values, move it the other way and you get lower values. This can move easily between powder measurements during a batch. I am assuming this is an issue that I should send it back to Dillon for? It gives the correct readings as long as I am careful with it and keep an eye on balance between every measurement, but still sounds like I got a bum unit. This is not how they all are right? Should have just gone with lee.... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!