Hi everone. Iam trying to decide what scale to buy for my bench.. i thought i was covered till i read a few review and i think i wana get more precious about my powder weights. Ok heres what ive got and been using. I started years a go with a lee balance beam. Got rid of it after a few years. Purchased. A rcbs 750 .worked great for years for just loading hunting rounds my shots back then may have been 300 yards.. years ago it was changing its zero if i sat a 50 gram weight carefully down it would say 52 or 53 or 49. I bought a small dillion scale ten years ago. Like it but its only accurate to to two tenths of a grain. Then two years ago bought a hornady lock and load i like how it meters the powder. So i would put in 92 grains h 1000 and it would show 92.5 and flash. And then say it was 92. So i would take it off the hornady and dump it on my dillion and it would be 92 grains to 92.5 grains. According to the dillion. Now i wana use my hornady and dump that charge onto a scale i knows is accurate a least to a tenth grain. And adjust from there. Foes anyone have any experience with a scale that is accurate to one tenth, that is know for sure not just because the box says its that accurate. All reloading is gun)done on a room with no fan or windows open. I would like not to spend more than 250 dollars also. This raising a family cuts onto my fun money but . I would not change my life style for anything. Thanks for the replies.