Well, the other day, I said that if I ever got another single stage press it would be the Forster Co-Ax. Great looking press. I changed my mind. I didn't go Co-Ax although I still think it would be terrific. I have been eyeballing the Summit press for a few years, thinking it would be a nice press to rig a portable setup. There are also other features that seem appealing like the open access. It seems very well built. I'd done some shopping this month so with the RCBS rebate and a nice Midway sale, it is $92 to my door. Hard to pass that up. For a portable setup I like that it is a design that doesn't try to roll the bench over. I'm thinking of a table that can hook to a trailer hitch. I've also been thinking about a setup for a powder dispenser that has a wind barrier. There are some closer ranges, but my preferred is almost an hour away, and I've often wished for a press while at the range. This is kind of the idea: View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i9phIfc0SE I also ordered the short handle and an accessory base plate. I don't have room on my bench for 3 presses, so the base plate will let me quickly swap the Rock Chucker with the Summit. While the spent primer catch thingy looks a little cheap, I like that primer goo doesn't get all over the ram. I will probably retrofit with this setup [EDIT: I ordered this]: http://entirelycrimson.com/SumSPC.html My Rock Chucker is indispensable, and it certainly will not be retired. Heck, who knows if I will like the Summit. It has certainly been a polarizing design, but overall reviews are pretty favorable. Now I have 3 RCBS presses. I didn't set out to be all green, but it just kind of worked out that way.