Christmas came early at the Rhino house! I found a good deal at Wideners Supply on a LCT and told my wife that it would be a great early present for me. She went for it! I also got the auto prime, extra turrets, and the Auto disk powder measure. I went for the LCT based on reviews , price and it seemed to be the right 'speed' for the amount of shooting that I do. First Impressions: LCT- well made, seems to be a machine that will last a lifetime. Auto prime- first impression out of the box. cheaply made. ( i started to worry at this point) Auto Disk- had serious reservations of the accuracy of the powder drops. Setup: LCT- Dang that was easy, took me longer to find the bolts then to set it up. The dies are set up just like I ws used to. I just had to make sure they were in the right order. Auto Prime- Also very easy to set up. As long as it's lined up right with the primer cup it works great. Auto Disk- I took my time setting this up because I checked ,double checked , triple checked the conversion chart that Lee sent with it and the accuracy of the powder throws. Operation: LCT- silky smooth operation, long handle throw (compared to what i had) After 100 rounds I had to raise my bench to make it easier on my back. I really, really like it. Alot. Auto Prime- Still think it's cheaply made but it works perfectly. Pretty surprised and impressed. Auto disk- Despite my reservations it works great. I set it up to throw 5.5 grains of Unique and it was on the money almost every time. I caught a few that were 5.4 but no overages. That is very acceptable for me and for pistol/range ammo. Final Thoughts: For the average, regular shooter who doesn't need to churn out competition level amounts of ammo every month and if you are on a budget. ( I fit both criteria) IMO, you just can't beat this setup for the price. Not including the dies ( already had them) I have less then 200.00 in everything.