how about a thread that is about reloading tips and tricks that make the process easier, or more accurate ammo, or more enjoyable because we are not spending as much time on the more tedious tasks during the reloading procedure. any ways of helping make things easier, faster, safer would be welcomed. and I think this would be of benefit to the noobs as well as the veteran reloader. some of my tips? keep your work area clean and organized. safer and makes things more productive while reloading. I shop for plastic storage bins at the Dollar stores with hinged lids. they usually can be had in various sizes and colors. so you could color code for brass needing to be cleaned, resized and de-primed, and brass ready to primed and reload. I use some 2" masking tape on the front with name of the cartridge done in permanent marker. personally, I like the ones that are stackable. if you buy your bullets in larger bulk quantities, you could also sort them to plastic storage bins with the information written on the container. when doing my media tumbling of brass, I add some generic chrome polish to the corn cob media, and the brass comes out looking almost like brand new. just a few drops is all that is needed for most of my brass. the corn cob media on it's own will clean the brass, but the chrome polish will remove any tarnish that might be present. so that should be a good place to start for now! lets hear your tips and tricks!