I'm at the stage in reloading where I'm really happy with my ability to make ammo for several different calibers efficiently and safely. I'm able to shoot alot more for the same amount of money which is great. It sounds like in order to take it to the next level you should have a chronograph. It may not be necessary, but it seems like if you want to enjoy the reloading process even more this is a good next step. Can you tell me what the benefits of using a chrono are? Do you look to get your loads as consistent as possible? Is that what brings about better accuracy? I'd really like to learn more about it and figured there are plenty of you guys out there who can give me some good advice. I'd also be interested in which brands you recommend. I'd be using it at a public range so I think one with a remote would be highly recommended. Thanks, CG Wanna kill these ads? We can help!