OK thought I would just go ahead and start a new thread now that I have my new Super 1050 up and running. I bought the press set up to be dedicated to .223 so when I got it it had a few extras such as dies and small casefeed plate which I already had on a dedicated tool head for my XL650. I transferred everything over and am going to sell the extras. I also am using my existing powder drop with Uniquetek micrometer dial. Mounting and set-up was a breeze, I guess because of my familiarity with the Dillon line and the number of threads I read on various forums regarding possible issues I may encounter. Not to mention I downloaded the PDF manual several weeks ago and made myself very familiar with the set-up and adjustments that would be needed. Once I got set-up I proceeded to load my first 100 rounds, taking it nice and slow, total time from start to finish was 8 minutes and change. Bear in mind that the brass I loaded has already been sized, decapped and trimmed on my XL650 with RT1200. The first station is occupied by a Lee Universal decapper die just to ensure the flash holes are clear of media. I have to say it took me a few dozen pulls to get use to the fact that the forward push to seat primers was not needed. I can now understand what BE says about it is a "feeling like no other" seating primers on the down stroke. The press is smooth in action, the ratcheting of the toolhead that others mentioned gave me no issues at all. I could barely feel the primer pocket swaging the LC brass I was loading and I have the handle set to the center adjustment (mid-range torque). The only thing I can see as a negative is the ergonomics of the press do not allow me to easily see inside the case so I'll most likely get a Dillon powder check for added insurance. I also wish they had the same aluminum roller handle they offer for the 550/650. Well that's it for now, what else can I say? It's a Dillon and it works out of the box, no drama, no headaches... at least for now. OH one more thing... You were right Hoser, I already regret not getting one much sooner.