I cast about 200 .452 RNFP bullets today. It was very windy here in God's country. That helps to blow the casting fumes out of my unheated garage. Anyway this was my first go with the Lyman mold. Seeing that it cost approx. 5x what I paid for my Lee mold of the same bullet, I was hoping to see improvement. I did. My bullets out of the Lyman almost all measured out at .452. With my Lee mold, they cast anywhere from .452 to as high as .456. I ran a few of the Lyman bullets through my Lee sizing die, then realized I don't need to bother. The one obvious change is the weight of the mold and handles. The steel Lyman is much heavier, which caused my forearm to ripple in a most delightful way. As the New Year begins, I want to thank all of you who helped me during my newb casting year of 2011. I still have things to learn, but the trip has been great. And of course what made today's casting session even better-listening to the Colts lose today, so they are now in line for the #1 2012 draft pick. Hello Andrew Luck.