I enjoy all aspects of reloading. It increases accuracy, decreases costs and can be just as enjoyable as shooting. Like most reloaders my least favorite part is the case prep. Here is my current process: (.223 and .308 primarily) -dry tumble a large batch of spent casings along with dryer sheets just long enough to get the crud off and spare my dies. Usually a few hours. -Single stage Full length size and de-prime with my primer pocket brush in my press operating hand. This allows me to clean the pockets before tossing into the "to be trimmed" tray -Lee lock stud chucked into a cordless drill. Load a case into the lock stud and use Lee cutter to trim to length. 80% of cases typically need some trimming. 20% are short enough already and is verified by the trimmer. Then while still chucked up I hit the case mouth with both ends of the RCBS chamfer/deburring tool. Sized brass gets tossed into a ready for final clean tray. -Dry tumble with polish for 3-4 hours. This shines them up and removes any sizing lube or brass shavings. -I then use the lee cutter to clean out the flash holes before sorting by headstamp into separate bins I would like some suggestions on how to speed the process or at least make it less tedious. Please share any equipment, tricks or tips.