"If... you are an old retired husband that enjoys tinkering in the garage while the kids are off to college and your wife cooks in the kitchen (boomtube?), maybe all those "traditional" methods work well...for you"
I resemble that remark! And, yeah, it seems your last comment - 'for you'' - is the key to our collective wisdom.
I'm a rifleman who shoots a little pistol. For a lot of reasons, seems my clan is a minority these days, acess to rifle ranges is a big factor I know.
Rife ammo for target, varmint and long range hunting does NOT respond well to speedy methods, IMHO. But fun plinking, casual target shooting and most of the current pistol sports need larger volumes of non-critical ammo. That doesn't suffer much from speed loading and are more agreeable to the pressures of time. Perhaps we, and our questioners, would all be better seved IF we point out what perspective we are seeing things from.
My kids are long out of college, thank God! And I am fortunate enough to own 10 acres along a river bottom that include my own 100 yd. range. I no longer punch a clock so I do have more free time than I used to. It's not much, really, but it's MINE! (And any of you are welcome to visit!