I am new to the reloading arena. I did reloaded shotgun shells when I was much younger (many years ago) but I am sure reloading brass is going to be a different game. We just received our new Dillon RL 550B and are planning on getting it set up today. Can someone with some experience give a little info on bench structure and size? I am building a dedicated loading bench starting from a left over kitchen cabinet lower. I plan to put a 2x4 frame on ~16" centers on top of the cabinet with two 4x4 legs on one side and the cabinet itself for the other side support. Then top it with a 3/4" sheet of plywood. I picture it looking somewhat like a desk when I am through. My primary questions are: will this be strong enough, how big should it be and where is the best place to mount the reloader and still have room enough for all the other accessories? We have watched a very informative utube video on putting the reloader itself together and we of course will follow the directions (haven't read them yet) but I just have not heard much about the base bench. Any advise will be appreciated.