I finally decided to buy a Mr. Bullet Feeder for my Dillon RL650. Now it's like producing ammo in a factory. (Almost) I did 100 rounds in 8 minutes. I know I can go faster but I still need to adjust the collator to keep a few bullets from loading upside down. Not a problem, they are easy to notice and only takes a second or two to manually turn them over. No bullets dropping off the brass, nice tight fit production is much better. Wish I would have done it earlier. And the best part it was FREE. I found about $1000 worth of equipment that I haven't used in two years. Sold it and was able to get the bullet feeder. Now that's a good deal.