Does case manufacture make that big of a difference in reloading? I'm not talking about working up a tuned load for a long gun. I'm just trying to spend less and shoot more with my 1911. If I just mix all my .45 ACP brass and treat it the same, will I at least get factory ammo levels reliably/accuracy out of it? I would like to set up a series of Folger's coffee cans for once fired, twice fired, etc. so I can just bring home my empty brass and throw it in the appropriate can. Then when I reload I can mark the ammo can/box that the loaded cartridges go to the range in, with the number of times the brass has been loaded. However, I don't want to have to keep the brands separate. I would actually just toss the loaded cartridges in an small ammo can or something instead of using the little 50 or 100 rd. boxes. Am I on track here or will I run into problems?