It's always seemed that so many reloaders say that they prime off press because of the “feel” that they’ve developed that I wonder whether I’m just an outlier or whether there are a lot of others who feel the opposite like I do. I used to hand prime until, due to arthritis, I lost a lot of strength in my fingers and hands and reluctantly started priming on the press about five years ago. I use a Redding T-7 for rifle and a Lee Classic Turret for pistol and I find both of their priming systems extremely easy to use and very reliable. In both cases the “feel” is as good as any I had with my old hand priming systems. In fairness I'll definitely admit that past generations of the Lee Safety Prime left something to be desired as far as ease of use, setup etc but the newest one that recently came out is perfect. I’ve loaded at least 5000 rounds of 9mm on it without dropping a single primer and it loads the priming cup first time every time. The Redding has always worked flawlessly. I’d be interested to hear from some other people who might have tried off press priming and either stuck with it or went back for various reasons. As always, thanks for your responses.