I am looking to upgrade to a progressive press for pistol and precision rifle loading. For precision rifle I plan on getting a quick measure powder measure so that I can throw precise charges with stick powder and using RCBS X dies to eliminate trimming. I will have 2 tool heads in .308 w/ 2 separate die sets setup for individual shoulder bump and OAL specs for my two rifles. I require a press that will give me consistent (+/- .001) OAL and shoulder bump, that is efficient, and high quality, and efficient tool head/caliber changing. So far the number one seems to be RCBS pro 2000, with honorable mention to the dillon 550B. Guys like the hornady LNL, but they also say you have to buy a special ejector to get it to eject properly and that it drifts out of timing occasionally. Lee cuts cost, but you can only use certain primers, the priming system seems questionable, and guys say they have to tinker with them and mess with preventive maintenance, and (the deal breaker) my Lee turret press does not give me consistent shoulder bump and OAL, which is why I use a hand press for my accurate stuff currently. Anyway, what are your thoughts?