Has anyone had problems with the tips of VLD bullets hitting the top of the die before the ogive with the Forster Bench rest Ultra dies? I was trying to compare the Redding Competition seating die to the Forster Bench rest Ultra. The Forster instructions do mention that it may require a "custom" seating stem for some bullets. The redding die picture appears to show a deeper hole in the stem. The only other major difference I noticed was price. I'm trying to decide which to get as I just started measuring runout and I'm good up to the point I seat with my current die. I know that one problem with the current die is the VLD type bullet tips are bottoming in the stem before there is ogive contact. I have read of people modifying their dies with drill presses, etc. but that's not a good option for me.