I have a Rock Chucker II. It's strong but that's about all I can say for it. It spills and spits spent primers like crazy, so bad I got another press with a better decap system and use a universal decapper for that rather than using the RC. The RC lever is ok but not exactly the angle or length I would like. But it's strong.
I have an old Lyman turret press that's pretty good but I rarely use it, I prefer single stage presses due to the better stiffness.
If I had to replace my RC tomorrow, I'd get a Lee Classic Cast (iron). It's spent primer catcher system works pretty well, the lever is adjustable for length and angle, it's probably even stronger and the opening is larger than my RC. And it's all made in the US, while the RCs are now cast in China.
If my money were unlimited, which it is, I would like to have a Forster Co-ax or Redding Ultramag but I really don't think either would improve my ammunition. Good ammo comes from good work methods, not auto-magic expensive tools.
(Tyler - there has to be some slack in that turret or it couldn't rotate!)