First off, let me say this: I do not intend to clean brass with an ultrasonic cleaner. I've been looking at the RCBS Ultrasonic Case Cleaner 2 (the bigger one) and contemplating purchasing one for cleaning gun parts; pistols/revolvers, as well as bolts and bolt carriers and miscellaneous rifle parts. Particularly that pesky black powder stuff that has to be cleaned after shooting or the whole thing will rust to pieces! I understand that an ultrasonic cleaner isn't ideal. I understand that it is not a magic box that I put dirty guns into and they come out sanitary and sparkling. However, I do expect some reduction in labor time. There is one thing that bothers me though. How do you all (those of you who actually use ultrasonic cleaners) get the water off your guns? Is there a solution out there that has rust inhibitors and lubricants in it so the water isn't an issue? Do you dunk your parts in a bucket of ATF after you clean them? I live in a very humid environment, so this question needs to be settled before I drop $300 or more on this thing. Thanks for your experiences!