I am currently using an old single stage press to reload all my ammo. It works great, but is slow. I'm spending quite a bit of time loading ammo to just get a single box. So I want something a little faster. Something that would let me crank out 200-300 rounds an hour if I really want to. So I have two choices. A progressive or a turret. Now before you start suggesting something like a Dillion. I don't have $400-$800 to set aside for a new press. As much as I'd like one, it simply won't be happening any time soon. I'd like to keep the price under $250 if possible. I have looked a two presses so far. A LEE Load Master progressive press for about $240, and a LEE Classic turret press for $110. I've heard that the Load Master can be problematic and takes some tinkering ever now and then, so I'm leaning towards the classic since it's cheaper, and more reliable. How many rounds an hour could I realistically expect to get out of a press like that? BTW, I'm reloading mostly pistol calibers and 223.