Originally Posted By river_rat:
After seeing how a 650 works and owning the Hornady LNL AP I will not be changing to a Dillon anytime soon. The Hornady doesn't have issues with a missing case throwing things out of wack. No case no problem with the Hornady LNL. It just holds the primer until a case is there to take it instead of spitting it out. It is almost nearly impossible to explode primers like you can in a 650. Also the powder dispensing is case activated and with the removable metering stems you can preset stems for specific charges or get a micrometer stem. Virtually everything involved with caliber conversions is cheaper.
The same thing can be said for the Lee Pro 1000.