Both of my digital scales are acting funky and I'm looking to replace them. The gee-whiz Lyman powder dropping scale is throwing a fit, bouncing up and down 0 - 1 grain with nothing on the scale. Before that it would switch to calibration required right in the middle of a powder dump. At first I enjoyed using the scale for it's seeming convenience. After a while I figured out that the time I spent cleaning the powder out of it could have been spent dumping powder by hand into my trusty RCBS beam scale. Some powders drop better than others in it. Most of the time it drops +.1 grain from the setting. Lastly, it takes up too much space. Especially now that it's broken. My first digital scale is one sold by Dillon. It became erratic about a year ago but only after about 15 minutes of on time. I have to say that you really can't beat a good balance beam scale IMHO. I truly wonder if we are all becoming "digitized" I've found myself cross checking the digital scale with the balance beam and then wondering which one was .1g off (I always blamed the digital scale and then ended up wondering if I was wrong ) Having said that- Has anyone here used (for more than a weeK) an Acculab scale? .01g dumps seem to be a little too accurate for reloading (considering all of the other variables that have to be accounted for) but the other features (like a 2 year warranty and glass cover) are attractive.