Over the last year or two I’ve read bits and pieces about electronic scales failing and not trustworthy. I’ve never paid too much attention to it because I figured it was just old school vs. new school reloaders and which is the best. I have an RCBS Chargemaster 1500 combo and always thought everything was all good because I haven’t seen any dicreptancies.... that I’ve realized. I always calibrate before each use. Was loading the other night and moving some loaded ammo around when I noticed a lot less powder in a couple cases when I shook them. I pulled the bullets and was 13 grains short in one and another was 30 grains light, kind of worried me. Also had some overthrows when I started re-weighing all my loaded ammo and once in a while my scale never stopped, it kept climbing and climbing in grains till I removed the weight. I’m always careful to wait till it stops and make sure not even another kernel falls in. After I started reading some posts about issues I realized my e-scale had been drifting but didn’t even realize it because the Chargemaster would re-zero itself. So after that I’ve stopped reloading for now and have ordered an old Ohaus 10-10 beam scale (made in the USA), powder Trickler, Lyman 10 piece check weight set. From here out I’ll always double check my throws or throw light on the Chargemaster and trickle into the beam scale. I’ll also probably get in the near future a dandy Trickler and probably a gem pro 250 , 300, or 500 for more of a double or triple check. Would love to get an A&D Fxi model but can’t see myself being able to $ wise any time soon. I thought I was always careful to ensure the health and accuracy on mine. I don’t have a fluorescent light in the room, I make sure my ceiling fan is off and floor fan not point in direction of scale or breath on it, use a power surge protector, don’t bump desk, always calibrate before each session, and wait a few seconds after it throws. I’ve read a bunch of different things that people will do like turn it on an hour before use, a day before, or even just always leave it on, use an inline power filter, no magnets near, use a surge protector, use a power conditioner, no fluorescent light near, no fans, use a vibration reducing mat or piece of granite under scale, double check throws etc... I don’t want to turn this into a debate on e-scales vs. mechanical, just want to find out what everyones tips are. So my question is what do you all do that have and use electronic scales do to ensure their health and accuracy that have proven to work best for you?