Interesting article regarding digital scales on the "bench tips" page from the folks that sell CED chronographs. His tests prefer the D-terminator scale from Dillon because it has more sensors.
I've read a lot of shooting and loading tips over the years, and this guy has some VERY interesting thoughts, methods and inventions that I really enjoyed reading about. But for all I know the guy is a crank! I'd be interested in what y'all think.
I'm not a "long range" guy like the folks here, but have done a lot of loading for 400/shot a day p-dog shoots. As such, I have never worried about the clearance on my Co-Ax, and have to admit I really, really like it. The snap in snap out die feature is quick, and I love the universal shell holder. With good dies I have been able to get some amazingly concentric rounds. That said, I really don't think it's superior, just convenient.
I use the RCBS Trim-Pro (powered) and don't think it's that great. Sometimes it seems that it doesn't cut perfectly square.
I use the PACT auto powder measure/scale combo and also use an older hornady powder measure that was given to me.
I don't neck turn, but want to start.
I like the various tools from Sinclair for primer hole deburring, primer pocket uniforming.
Lots of folks like the chamfer tool that Holland's gunsmithing sells. I use the basic RCBS number.
I use a Lee hand primer and a RCBS hand primer. I leave one set up for small and one for large primers (OK so I'm lazy).
I use mostly redding bushing dies and competition seaters. I have two sets of the Forester bench dies and they work well.
I use a basic dial caliper from RCBS. I plan on buying a good micrometer one of these days.
I also picked up a NECO runout guage for a song a couple of years ago. Don't know that I would pay full price for one, but it's a handy tool.
I was thinking it would be fun to start a thread where we post pictures of our reloading setups, with some discussion of what we'd do differently and what we like best.