The thing I like about a turret press (I have the LCT) is as much an organizational thing as it is operational. What I mean by that is that all the dies for one caliber are together in the turret. Swap turrets to change calibers. I have cut short pieces of PVC pipe to store the turrets on. For most of what I do on the LCT, I do in single-stage mode and batch process. But, for a few things (357mag plinking loads, for instance) I use the auto-index feature and crank out about 200 rounds per hour. And one plus for the LCT is the cost of the turrets - they are only about $12. The downside for something like the T7 press is the cost of the extra turrets (but they do hold 7 dies).