Ditto this. I have been reloading a long time and while I will concentrate on things such as bullet seating depth, crimping, trim length, flaring etc. I have never given much thought to primer seating depth and have always just seated them to the bottom of the pocket. I have on one occasion loaded LPP in LR cases with no problems even though they appeared to be a bit lower in the pocket than LRP would have been.I did some testing and based off my testing, primer pocket reaming/ uniforming is very insignificant to the level of accuracy I require.
The only problem I ever encountered was with S & B .357 mag brass which had very tight pockets and wouldn't allow for complete seating of the primers and some stayed a little 'high' but I have since eliminated all S & B brass from my stocks.
While I can appreciate the OPs question my answer would be to not concern himself with it much, ensure his primers are seated correctly and 'bottomed out' and all other reloading variables are correct.