So I finally broke down and bought a Harrells. The idea was that I could develop loads at the range and just weigh out the clicks at home. It was supposed to make life easier and enable me to throw everything I load with the one measure and it would be repeatable and I wouldn't need to weigh 10 times to get the charge right (as with some of the other more finicky micrometer adjustments). And do on and so on.... Well what a disappointment so far. What was supposed to save time and be a little more economical on laod development really just hasn't worked that way. Admittedly I'm trying to meter an ugly stick powder (domestic S385), but I figured from all I saw that it should throw within about 0.2gr. I tried to get a fairly consistent action (despite the shearing of the granules) and really thought I was doing a pretty good job.... Well on 68-69 grains of powder variations run 0.8 - 1.0 grains over 10 charges. It's the premium model with the "built in baffle" type design and I even kept the bottle filled about the same. Do I have totally unreasonable expectations (as usual), or is it operator error? Any recommendations that may improve performance? Is there a better alternative - some are saying the Lee Perfect and for the price difference I feel like throwing up.... Alternatively, if I could sell the Harrells, does anyone have experience with the Quick-Measure. I'm suffering some bad buyer's remorse.... I really don't need top of the line price, but was seeking top of the line performance! I don't shoot anything that isn't using a stick powder. So far I think my old Uniflow does better. I'm not looking to criticise the product and it's wonderfully well made. I don't have any ball powder to test it with just to see, but with what I use this is dismal. Thanks for any replies.