Hi, I've always reloaded using a single stage press so am familiar with the various steps required. My son just got a Lee Classic Turret press kit from kemph. We are in the process of dialing it in to load .223 One thing befuddles me, maybe it's a dumb noob question but here goes. Stage one does depriming and sizing of he brass. It also has the attachment to prime the resized case then moves on to stage two - the powder drop station. At what point would you do your case trimming deburr chamfering? I've always done that on the sized deprimed case so I know it'll be in spec. If you have to size then remove to trim what's the point of using a turret/progressive loader for rifle reloading? I can see the utility doing pistol rounds since I almost never trim those.