Well, I'm new to reloading. I bought the Lee Turret press and am attempting to make 9mm rounds. I'm using Hodgdon Titegroup powder and this seems to be a huge mistake. The stuff is sticking to everything in site. I called the manufacture and he said that they were having some difficulty with static charge in some of the plastic containers that the powder comes in. Now, I don't know about you, but I get a little nervous when I here about static electricity and gun powder in the same sentence. The manufacture's advice was to wipe all the reloading equipment down with a Bounce (anti-static/fabric softener) sheet and then empty the container and wipe it out with the Bounce sheet too. I saw the logic in wiping the press and dies down but drew the line at wiping out the container. I went and bought different powder (Accurate #5). After wiping the equipment down, the Accurate #5 powder is now sticking to everything, including the brass, which is supposed to be a neutral metal. I'm so frustrated! I've really taken my time setting up the dies and trying to understand what I was doing and why I was doing it. Now I'm confronted with a problem that most people don't seem to have and I can't find a solution to it. After filling the 9mm casing with powder, I went and measured the amount of powder that was dispensed to ensure an accurate minimum load. I couldn't even get an accurate measure because the powder that was dispensed was sticking to the the Lee Auto-Disk and the casing. At this point I knew there was a safety concern. Not all the powder was making in to the casing which meant that I was loading less than a minimum load and from what I've read, this can be dangerous. So, the whole process has come to a screeching halt. After trying to clean all the equipment and using a different powder, the problem is persisting. It's seems that my equipment is fouled and I don't know what to do. Everyone I have talked to has never had this problem. In fact, some of them are using Titegroup by the keg and love the stuff. WTF!!!! I don't mind running into problems. I like the challenge of overcoming them. But from what I understand, this problem is not supposed to be happening and I can't find a solution. HELP, PLEASE!!!