Without taking my head off, as to why I should stay with a single stage, please answer the questions below, some on another website are just pissing me off with their comments. I did 50 on the single stage and got tired real fast. So I went to the progressive and that is a kick in the pants. Here are a few questions: First off, I checked all my charges and weighed every bullet to make sure none were under or over charged. On the Hornady l-n-l sometimes the primers do not feed. I had the rod in the tube to keep the weight down, so not sure what is going on there. Next, sometimes the powder would not go into the brass because the actuator would stay in up and not come back down to reset. And last is not all the powder would make it into the shell. I am using the long tube for the powder actuator, and I am loading 45 auto. In the lyman book, it says the round should be 1.275, I am getting 1.210-1.220 on my rounds. I shot off a few and they all loaded and cycled just fine. Is it OK to be under that number by so much or should I seat the bullet a little higher in the shell? When I go to the Hodgen website it says a 230gr bullet should be 1.200, on the hornady website it shows 1.255, and my 230gr factory rounds are 1.265. Is the 1.275 max, and are my rounds OK or will there be too much pressure?