Been shooting a little and just collecting brass in a nice five gallon bucket to use with the shellsorter plates later. Well, I spent the better part of this afternoon sorting the blue tray of 10mm and .40 S&W. I'm sure that I'll have the same fun sorting the black tray of 9x19 and .380 Auto. After a while, I just held a 10mm in my right hand to size whatever the left hand picked up. I couldn't look at the head stamps, because a lot of them had "FC 10" stamped on them, and I was keying on the 10 instead of on the 40. Lesson learned is that I'll separate the brass after I shoot, instead of when I'm ready to load. I like to bring different calibers to the range when I go, to avoid having the "tur-duck-en" brass of 45/40/9 or some other combination like that. I also have a tarp en route from Amazon for my next trip. My eyes are getting bad, and my back hurts a little more, too. I think that this will help a lot, and I even searched on e size tarps you guys use, as well as where you got them. I think I'll still hit Harbor Freight tomorrow anyway, just because... The silver lining in this cloud was that I now have lots of decapped, shiny .45 ACP, 10mm, and .40 S&W brass ready to load I picked up some nice rifle brass, along with some .357 SIG and .45 Colt brass, too. Cheers!