Digital.....into the 21st century....fulfill your destiny you must!...............and do not look back!
I have a RCBS Chargemaster that I bought in 2007 and it's still going strong. I have modified mine with sturdier feet from another digital scale. The CM comes with 8 leveling feet. I took the middle four completely out and used screws, washers and nuts to hold the dispenser and scale together tightly. I also did the McDonald's straw trick and put a bubble level on top of the powder reservoir.
The only problem I have had with mine is the keypad/overlay went out, rendering the dispenser useless. I called RCBS and they said pack it up and send it in and they would fix it. I am a scale technician by trade and after I convinced them I could fix it, they sent me a keypad - no charge. It took four days to arrive and I had the new one installed and the unit back up and running in 30 minutes.
In addition to the CM, I am using another digital lab balance to fine tune my loads. It is a Mettler Toledo AB104-S and measures out to the .002 in grains. I have a Omega 2 Speed Electric Powder Trickler on the way to use in conjunction with this balance.
I loaded two loads the other day for my 6.5-284 using the CM & AB104. I did the final dispense using a RCBS traditional manual trickler.
The two loads were 48.5 and 49.0 gns of H4831SC, BR2's and 130gn Berger Hunting VLD's in Lapua brass. The 48.5 load measured out at 48.522, 48.518 and 48.526gn, while the 49.0 measured out at 49.030, 49.028 and 49.030gn. There's no doubt in my mind that they are as close as they can get, right down to the grain. Looking forward to shooting those and waiting for the right conditions.
Great accuracy for shooting kittens!