I've been reloading for a (very) long time but have not loaded for rifle in years. With my grandkids now getting into centerfire rifle and deer hunting I'm going to start back up. I load all my pistol ammo on a Dillon and have my turrets and old single-stage's set up for specific little pistol-related chores, so... I've decided that Forster is the way I'm gonna' go on a new press. I value accuracy above all other in rifle loads and since it's not a high volume game like handgun ammo, time per round is not a factor. I've not personally had a chance to fondle any of the Forster dies but if they're like their other products, no doubt they're good. I don't crimp my bolt-action rounds so the lack of crimp in the Forster seater is no issue if consistency and runout are well controlled. I'm just wondering if anyone likes other brands (Redding "Competition" series, in particular) any better...and, why? FWIW, I'm going to be loading .270 Winchester, 7MM Mag & .243. Any comments welcome.