I have seen happiness - and it is blue!
Hopefully this is the proper forum to post this in.
Got the opportunity to work on a Dillon 650 this weekend. Those things are amazing. After working up a good load in our 1911's we ran a batch of 2,000 .45 ACP. It took roughly 2 1/2 hours with two of us working it (one guy pulling the lever, the other guy seating the bullets). Every one was perfection wrapped in a shiney brass case.
Towards the end the indexing collar broke (my fault - didn't seat primer fully and torqued the lever a bit too hard.) My buddy says - no big deal - and placed a call with Dillon to have a new part shipped right away. Apparently Dillon has a lifetime, no questions asked guarantee.
I've always been a frugal reloader (is that a redundancy?) - but I may have to look into dropping the money on this press. It will have to take the place of a new toy - but all of that time sweating over a single stage press could then be used for shooting! :)