Been reloading for years but never took the time to try to tune any loads b/c time was always limited. Now I have some time and want to work on getting better reloads matched to my various rifles/calibers. I just got a new .223 thought about updating my old Lee Pacesetter set.. though they have been good dies, and still will use them for reloading for my AR/plinker. I got some new brass (Winchester), comparitors and chamer gauge. I'll measure the specs of the rifle to see it's max tolerances. Then setup my dies. Post 1st time fire-forming with genaric load, using universal decamper and tubling in media: 1. Redding Body die (Use only when brass gets tight in chamber) 2. Lee Collet Die (seems to work well and doesn't work the brass too much) and I can set the neck tension. 3. Forester Ultra Seater die (being able to use the micrometer to visually adjust for ogive differences will be nice) Missing anything? Replace anything?