Alrighty. I have been handloading for my rifles for several years. Several calibers, mostly .243, .300 Win Mag and .270. I just ordered a Glock 20 because I can reload and it isn't the most common caliber. I am currently using a single stage press, but have found that for 9mm it just takes too long too reload enough rounds to even get a little bit of practice in. I like spending time reloading for rifle cartridges, but with pistol it is just too slow with a single stage, or so it seems. So I have been considering getting a progressive press. But I am a little conflicted on which press to get. I like the reputation of the Dillon 550, but auto indexing seems really nice, the RCBS Pro2000's priming system with the APS strips seems easier than tubes and I have had good experiences with my RCBS RockChucker. The Hornady LNL-AP looks really nice and appears to change calibers fairly quickly as well as looking to be the least expensive. Are any of these presses inherently more trouble free than the others? I don't mind tinkering a little to get one to work, but I don't want something to be a constant struggle where I end up wanting to throw the press I buy over the edge of the dam. It seems like the Hornady is the best value, if their presses work as well as their bullets do for me I will be tickled pink. Heck I will likely be putting only 100-150 rounds downrange per week. Are there any serious things I should weigh in getting a press or should any of the 3 serve me well?