I've been doing a lot of research on getting into reloading and have settled on the Dillon 650. However, it seems that a lot of the non-core accessories can be bought for less than Dillon offers or the popular alternative, Brian Enos, for a savings of about $250. I want the quality, warranty and scalability of 650 and am willing to pay for it, but I don't want to spend extra on all the other gear where there is not critical difference. So I did some looking around for alternatives and came up with the following list: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Alj2lzpmxFpedDdlcjVKUnV0aS1HTUdxTnh2MWV1c1E&usp=sharing There are a bunch of things in the list that it seems you can get at a lower price from Amazon, Harbor Freight, etc. In the link above, I've provided direct links to the specific items. I'm sharing it here so others might benefit (if I'm right). Or, if I'm wrong about any of these call me out on it! Particularly, the case tumbler I list from Harbor Freight - is this a better option? Or am I missing something? - Riggs Here's a copy of the list without the links to the items in Amazon, etc.: Item Price Vendor XL 650 Reloading Press $566.95 Dillon Caliber Conversion Kit #1 (.223) $0 Dillon Powder measure $0 Dillon Instructional DVD $19.95 Dillon Spare Parts Kit $25.95 Dillon Powder Check System $68.95 Dillon Die Set #1 (.223) $63.95 Dillon Case Gage #1 (.223) $25.95 Dillon Scale (Electronic) $32.44 Frankford Arsenal (Amazon) Primer Flip Tray $6.8 Hornady (Amazon) Calipers (Digital) $20.85 Frankford Arsenal (Amazon) Loading Manual $22.99 Lyman 49th (Amazon) Case Tumbler $49.99 Chicago Electric (Harbor Freight) Case Seperator $43.53 RCBS (Amazon) Cleaning Media $23.95 Dillon Bullet puller $15.47 Frankford Arsenal (Amazon) Case Lube $8.95 Dillon Wanna kill these ads? We can help!