"2.After applying such massive quantitys to the brass I found out that when the die cools down, you need to clean it again, due to wax build up that gets cold and dimpels the shoulder the next time you use the die.(precisley what I was warned about with excess lube)."
Your dimpling problem comes from over-application on the upper part of the casers, they need some but not much. Many newbies feel that since that's where most of the sizing is done that needs a lot of lube but that's NOT true. The thin brass near the mouth sized quite easily, what needs a good coat is near the head where the brass is thickest.
Fitch has found what many misunderstand; a soft matt-finished die surface holds lube and works easier than a mirror polished surface. I have taken to "polishing" my sizers as he does (with a split dowel in a drill) but have come to love using my wife's green 3M pot scrubber pads. They leave just the right surface for easy sizing, at least for me and my can of Imperial.