Hello, I'm hoping I'm not the only guy on this forum who uses a Dillon 550B and it's likely this has already been discussed, but I would like to hear some ideas. I have a Dillon 550B that works great for handgun cartridges because the powder measure meters consistent weights and I can really crank out the ammo. When reloading for rifles I've always taken the brass out at the second stage and manually filled it with powder using an RCBS chargemaster combo and then I'd put the brass back into the Dillon knowing the exact powder weight every time. That works great, but it does take more time and I'd like to start using powder dispenser to speed things up for rifles. I'm primarily concerned with reloading for 223 and I've tried using powders such as H335, H322, H4198, Varget, and none of them meter consistently. It's like every so often there is a weird charge that is .2 - .6 grains off. I use the same technique while working the press and I can't figure it out. I bought my Dillon 550B brand new about 2 or 3 years ago.