Last month I posted a report on the Dillon 550 casefeeder. I generally load 100 rounds at a time, and was getting anywhere from 2 to 4 out of a 100 cases that were feeding incorrectly. I wouldn't discover this until the ram was up by the tool head and the case had been crushed. To remedy the crush, I stopped at thrift store and bought a small wall mirror for $3. I built a stand for it from wood scrap, to hold it upright and also to raise its height. I can now see the #1 station in the mirror and detect any cases that are not feeding straight before they get squashed, and still keep an eye on the powder drop. Soon I will be switching over from .45 Colt to .45 acp and will report on any changes with the feeder with the smaller case.