I bought a Lee progressive reloader back in '96. I used it for 9mm for quite a while without any issue. Then I kind of decided I wanted to go back to single stage. Never had any trouble with the progressive, but it made me nervous. This past Summer a guy at my club was getting rid of a Dillon RL550 and some other stuff. On a whim I bought it for $400.00. It sat in 4 boxes for several months until yesterday. Starting with knowing nothing about Dillon, I spent yesterday and today sorting through all this stuff, figuring out what it all was, how it worked, and getting it up and running. I took the press all apart including all the pivot pins and the ram. Cleaned it all up, relubed according to Dillon specs, and got it all back together and loaded 3 boxes of 9mm. So what I got for $400.00, all in good working order: The RL550 press The vibrating primer filler, set up with everything needed for small or large primers. The power case trimmer that fits on a special sizing die, with dies for .308 and .223/5.56 3 toolheads complete with powder measure die bodies 4 powder bars: 2 small, 2 large Several unopened packages of primer tubes, large and small The tool for aligning the shellplate platform The tall stand for the press The tray on the left for bullets Several output trays of various sizes Enough spare parts and spare parts kits to keep the press running for hundreds of years Wrenches and tools for all this stuff Manuals 4 conversion kits - all calibers I load One set of dies - 45 Colt A bunch of other stuff that I haven't figured out yet. I reloaded the 3 boxes of 9mm using the RCBS dies I already had, but just bought the Dillon set this afternoon. So, I'm back to progressive, and just realizing how well I did on that deal. And a lot of this stuff is in unopened plastic bags - never used. Woooohoooo!