The first press I bought was a Dillon 650. I later bought a Lee hand press because it was on sale and I wanted to see how well it worked. The lee was great. I have loaded several thousand 380 acp with it. I even fabricated a bench mount for it. You can see the details of my way awesome Lee Hand Press bench mount. I just completed a run of 380 ACP. After sizing, decaying and priming 1000 380 ACP cases I started thinking of how to improve the whole setup... My first thought was to buy a new Lee press like this. I actually like the Lee Breach lock system. However while Considering the purchase I stumbled onto the Redding Boss at Midway USA. It was on sale with free shipping. So I bought it. I just can not believe how simple and well made it is. I am so used loading on my Dillon 650. In comparison the Redding Boss is so simple. It is also incredible smooth. The priming system has a very different feel then any priming system I have used. There is just no slip or wiggle the press is rock solid. If the Lee is a 3 star product then the Redding is a 10 star press. I can see using for making my precision 308, and 223 Cartridges. Pretty much all my reloading gear is either Dillon blue or Redding mint green. Seems like everything Redding or Saeco makes is amazing. The Redding Boss is no exception. If you are looking to buy a single stage or if you want to add a single stage to your reloading gear I would suggest you offer the Redding Boss you sincere consideration.