I am going to start this from previously shot cases from one rifle. 1. lube, I use a lube pad, but I am probably going to switch to a dry spray lube if I can find some here in Australia. 2. Neck size or full length size and deprime 3. Then they go in the sonic bath with a squirt of amonia and soap for 2 to 3 hours. 4. Drying rack or drying rack and oven at 140 to 160 F for an hour. 5. I then clean primer pockets 6. Cut to size, I have recently lead to beleive that length is more critical than I thought. 7. Debur I do this and chamfer every time. I know I am eating cases 8. Clean primer pockets with a plastic brush in a dremel 9. prime, once I prime them they usually end up in the green ammo boxes for a couple days while I get caught up enough to load. 10. measure powder, I use a commercial scale/thrower the Automated RCBS one. I try and get them with .200 of a grain of each other. But it isn't accurate enough 100% of the time to do that. 11. of course bullet and press it in. Since I only have the one rifle here in Australia, and I don't actually legally own it. I can't really mess too much with it as much as I want. I paid for it, it's mine, but because of the SOFA/Diplomatic Status, I can't own one, or store it at my house......yes Horseshit! I recently got introduced to a couple of concepts I had never heard of. 1. Bullet run out, is this worth correcting for? 2. Should I be chamfering every time? 3. OAL based on ogive meeting lands? I am interested in doing all I can do as I would like to win one of the Queens shoots here in Australia before we head back to America. But how much is the point of dimminishing returns?