There have been a lot of third-party products developed and sold to lessen this problem. Everything from lighter detent balls and springs to roller bearing plates. Most of these products work to a degree, but from what I've read, most guys are left with at least some shell plate jump. I tried the roller bearing plate, and couldn't get it to work well enough to justify the hassle. I was able to get a lighter spring and ball to reduce the jump to where I wasn't getting powder thrown out of the brass, but now that's no longer good enough. I recently added a bullet feeder, and any jiggling of the shell plate at all during advancement is enough to knock the bullet out of squareness. So for you guys that are running butter-smooth Dillon 1050 shell plates (and I mean butter smooth... no jiggling at all) what product(s) ended up working for you? I'm not talking about reducing shell plate jump, I'm talking about completely eliminating it, the goal is 100% smooooth advancement, no jiggling allowed. At all. There's so many products out there that attempt to get us to that smooth Dillon shell plate Nirvana. Which of them truly live up to the task? Does anyone out there have any experience with the Level 10 Innovations Shell Plate Stabilizer? If so, how does/did it work for you? Wasted money? Would buy again? Completely smooth? Other products you guys would recommend/avoid? Any help would be greatly appreciated.