I didn't catch what cartridge that you are loading for. First you have some great brass to work with. I load for a .270 Ackley Improved, unless you have a wildcat cartridge it is a little different to load for. I use the cream-of-wheat process to fire form my brass, from that point I blueprint the brass. (1) anneal the brass after fire forming and tumble/clean the brass, (2) full length resize with the expander plug removed from the die, then mandrel size the necks (4) trim to length (5) ream the primer pockets out and debur the inside of the flash hole (6) turn the necks to make them concentric with the inside of the neck. After 3-4 reloads I anneal the brass again. It might be a little different using Lapua brass; however, looking for either Lapua or Peterson brass in .270 Wincheser just "ain't" gonna happen. I have been looking for .280 Remington brass, however like the .270 Winchester brass, "it ain't gonna happen"!!! Good luck with your new build they're always fun to play with.