I am in need of upgrading my reloading equipment, but before getting into unnecessary stuff and expenses, would apreciate the member´s input on the following: - trimming: currently using a hornady trimmer; thinking about the Wilson, already asked about it once and everyone recommended it, although is it worth buying a new one? - deburring: does it make sense to use a deburring tool specific for VLD bullets? Is the Wilson better than others? Would this be another point to buy a wilson trimmer, so that their deburing tool can be used here? Or is it better to go with an ordinary deburring tool and buy a power drill adaptor? - priming: is there a noticeable difference in using a hanheld priming tool instead of the ordinary one in the press (hornady). - Case sorting by neck wall uniformity/thickness: I am currently using a rcbs case master for checking RO, it can be used for reading case wall thickness, but in my opinion it is not too accurate, I was thinking about the Sinclair neck thickness variation-.uniformity gauge. Anyone tried it ? - Sorting bullets: which is the definitive bearing surface reader/ device, and who sells it ? - Wilson seating dies (say for a 6,5-284): I understand you din´t need a press or arbor press, but is it easy to use and to change seating depth? Does it make a difference with using a redding comp seating die? Thanks.