The Hornady comes at a much more attractive price than the Dillon. It still requires bushings for each die in each set of dies? The Dillon cost right at 700.00 wit one head and set of dies since Dillon only deals with the retailer now, or in other words sets the price. The Dillon doesn't rally like other brands of dies I've heard. The Dillon is known for reliability though. The Hornady frame is aluminum and that concerns me. I have Lee Progressive that I've attempted to use a few times. Jamming and the powder measure jamming even on ball powder and the frame is aluminum. I know my old cast iron RCBS has some flex, in it when loading big cartridges like the .270 Wby Magnum etc and some straight cases if not enough lube. Anyone offer experience with either or both of these presses and overall costs?