Ok, so as a novice in the world of reloading I have already within my first 200 rounds of reloading have made several mistakes. 1st. I made my very first batch of 50 rounds of ammo and it came out flawlessly, and apparently I now thought my s*&t don't stink and ran the next 50 real quick. Well I had to pull them all apart after realizing I didn't let the brass dry out long enough after the cleaner bath and now the powder was all wet. 2nd. mistake was I was on the phone while trying to load and after I hung up I realized I forgot to put powder in all the brass, doh! 3rd. I mixed brass and was having a few rounds get kind of sticky on the bolt after firing and didn't understand why until I realized only 1 brand of brass was sticking. I assume they may be thicker walled and may need a little less powder for less pressure? So, with this being said I have learned humility once again lol and also that I really do need to completely concentrate all the time no matter how much I do this. So, I took my tv out of my loading room and now only have a radio in there. Please tell me others have learned the hard ways like this as well? lol... Mike.