Does anybody have an opinion on which of these would be a better choice? I load most pistol rounds, some small rifle and would occassionally want to change calibers. The Dillion can be purchased with a case feeder with after market bullet feeders. Hornady has a case feeder which was designed as an after thought. Dillion I think was designed from the start for a case feeder. Hornady does have blueprints for a bullet feeder later this year--but I would expect that they could have early production problems. I currently own a Hornady Pro-jector 7 circa 1994, but it is slow!!! The cost is not a problem for either. I have available about 4000 9mm and 38 or 357 cases to reload and 1200 .223 waiting on my shelf. My old Hornaday would take a life time. Thanks.