I have become addicted to Lapua brass. Is this necessary? I have been told that the key to accuracy is consistency. So when buying a new batch of brass, I always measure and separate by weight. And in some cases, I turn the necks, etc and make sure that they are all length. I anneal them periodically when necessary. Using this process, I have gotten so many reloads out of a set, that I feel compelled to start a new set, just because and for no other reason. I have used other brands of brass and following the same procedures and in most cases find i get the same degree of case life and the same accuracy. I find this is true no matter what caliber I shoot. So why am I addicted to the Lapua brass? Has anyone else experienced this?