I'm currently reloading in the basement, even with flourescent lighting overhead, my 50+ year old eyes aren't what they used to be. To be extra safe I got a Princeton Tec Pulsar II keychain light (The one with the switch on the side), and a bit of adhesive velcro. I put a piece of velcro on the tool head on the exposed side near stations 2 & 3, and another one on the small light. I turn it on and adjust the aim to shoot right into the shell on station 2, so I can see the powder charge level before I flick the index sprocket to advance the shell to station 3. Is it easy enough or do you need a picture?