I know that many guys here like Lee reloading dies. Let me tell you about my recent experience. In fact, this happened yesterday. I was loading up some 8x57 Mauser ammo (.323 dia. bullets). I had all the brass cleaned, full length sized, trimmed and primed. I loaded up a couple and noticed something unusual. The bullets were actually loose in the cartridge. They were about finger tight. I loaded up a couple of more and the same thing happened, the bullets were loose. So, I took my Redding 8x57 neck sizing die, removed the neck expander rod and ran all of the remaining brass through it. Problem solved. The bullets were now tight in the cartridges. So, from now on, when I full length size 8x57 brass, I will have to run the brass through the Redding die after the Lee F.L. die. Not a big deal, but an extra step. It also shows the quality of Lee dies. I have a Lee scale and I love it, but I will never buy anymore Lee dies even if I have to pay more for RCBS, Redding, Lyman, or Hornady. So much for the cheap Lee dies, I am done with them.