I had a baby girl exactly 11 months ago. I have shot and loaded a couple times since. She is precious and life and work gets busy. I got a call to shoot pistol/carbine/rifle on saterday so I decided to see what was going on in the reloading room. What a mess. Crap everywhere. Interesting enough the press handle was in the down position and I was loading my new 9mm Precision Delta with titegroup. I literally pulled the handle till I was out of clean brass. About 500 rds. Also loaded some .308 using my arbor press. I found the conversion kit for .223 I had forgot I ordered. So now I can covert it to .223 and go to town with that. I was easily able to load at a 1100 rounds a hour cyclic rate and loaded about 300 rds at a pace of 800+ rds a hour even filling primer tubes. So stoked. I really don't think anyone (even Dillon) has made a better more reliable press. This will first time loading .223 on my 650. Gonna be fun.