I guess I have found a flaw in the forum- which lets me correct my title typos not at all So then: this is my experience with the new Lyman EZEEE hand held primer seater--and an example of how arthritis affects (not impacts) your typing. This could be of interest to others who like me, are experiencing the thrill of arthritis in the hands and shoulders that no amount of over the counter drugs will neutralize, and who do not care to handload ammo while under the influence of better (prescribed) pain killers. I bought this seater because Lyman claimed it had superior leverage; it does. It beats the pants of both my Lee units and RCBS unit. ( I''ve been down this road before, as you can see ) I can prime and load a lot more cases using this seater than before, as long as it works right---------oh oh--paradise lost again, right? Right! Before I get to the whining, let me mention some other positive features. It uses the same shellholder that my press uses. This is a big plus as far as I am concerned. It has a gate that shuts off the primers from exiting the tray (which really is of a size to allow you to load in an entire flat of anyone's primers including Federal) which is another big plus for me since I like Federal primers and do not have to be careful about how I set it down when moving from one place to another or giving the joints a rest: I just shut the gate. Ok, to the whining, then. The primer flipper could be better; actually a lot better, but it is WORLDS better than the "improved" Lee seater. This is a very minor whine, to be sure. Still, good flippers are out there so why not on this device? My major whine is that this seater likes to flip the primers back over or flip them sideways. This is not a new whine about hand seaters all 3 of my older tray types do it. My K&M does not because you load each primer individually by hand, not something I want to do when loading 500 or so handgun rounds. BR yes; handgun or plinking bulk ammo--not only no, but hell no. The problem, I think, is because there is a gap between the cover of the tray and the shellholder which along with the tray design in that area combine to make a large enough space to flip the primers, especially when you use the "nodding" of the tray as Lyman recommends in the instructions. Primers can actually escape from this space and hide under furniture, anything left on the rug, and even the dog when using the small primer tray. Large primers not so much; mainly they just go sideways. Why, you may ask, do I not tell this all to Lyman? Why, I answer, I did! You cannot expect that they would be able to wave a magic wand and fix all the units that have already been shipped.........eh?----hence this post for what it is worth. More to follow when I get their reply.