The Hornady is not out yet to my knowledge
There has been another tool that will measure and fix concentricity that has been out for quite a while, the Bersin Tool
It is not as universal as the Hornady looks like since the case body needs to fit down in the hole in the body but it works very well. However it is a runout reducing device, not a runout eliminating device. I suspect that the Hornady will be similar. Through sizing with the Lee Collet I keep runout to a minimum and will only apply the pressure to reduce runout on about 25% of the cases I reload. You can chase the runout from one side of the case to the other, back and forth if you are not careful and have to learn what is acceptable, about .001" to .0005" for me. A very few will have perfect runout. Once it gets that low then I do not believe it makes any difference.
What the Bersin is really good for and what the Hornady should be good for is to change that equally rare bullet that has a lot of runout, .003" or so. Those you can reduce the runout to be within your range and prevent flyers.
You will also find that bullet grip makes a big difference in how well you can reduce runout by pushing it to one side or the other. A case with .003" bullet grip will push and stay in the right place whereas a case with .001" bullet grip is too easy to push and easier to push too far and chase concentricity around and around.
One thing to consider is that you are pushing the bullet in the neck and you are not correcting runout on the neck so it could be said that you are just canting the bullet in the neck. Either of these tools will teach you a lot about runout causes and solutions.
Best to load straight ammo in the first place. IME, you can only reduce the runout to about 25% of whatever runout you start with. For example if you have a case with .004" runout then the best you can do is reduce it to .001" and one with lower runout of .002" can be reduced to .0005".