I decided to add an extra .30 Carbine die set to my bench. That's after my RCBS re-sizing broke, the pin snapped for some reason unbeknownst to me. It appears that only Lee and RCBS offer carbide re-sizing dies for the .30 Carbine. So I thought about a Redding die set. But I'm leary steel v. carbide re-sizing dies. Having to lube each and every case sounds painful. Is there ANY reason to prefer steel to carbide? Is there any method less problematic that lube pads? Is it true that if you fail to lube a case, it can easily get lodged in the die, almost impossible to extract?