Everybody loves the massive "man cave" reloading rooms but on the other end of the scale there are those of us who do reloading on a very minimal scale: students on a budget such as myself, apartment dwellers or those whose significant other frowns on the idea of turing the living room in to a "bullet factory".
When I sold off my Dillon Square Deal and related Dillon equipment I was faced with still wanting to reload but I was on an extreme budget and space restrictions. I still had a LEE Reloader I never used.
A local woodworking biz fashioned a 2" thick piece of cypress into a reloading mount. The rear mounting hole is countersunk on the back side with a large washer inserted into it. This affair is then held by two "C" clamps purchased at Big! Lots for $2 each. I've cranked out several hundred 9mm rounds and use the included .5g dipper to dip Alliant Bullseye (bullet is 115gr FMJ). Perfect load!