Just set up my Forster trimmer w/ 3-way cutting head(s). It works great. It has it's limitations (06 length case would be about max) and they only make heads in .22, .243 and .308. In addition, length adjustments are limited without having to move the stop collar but if you , like me, are only using one or two rounds for high volume match shooting it is a big time saver. I use a Wilson trimmer with micrometer adjustment and I consider it a very superior unit (especially in stainless steel which I wished I had) but they do not, nor are considering, a 3-way cutter head. Frankly there isn't room for one in any event. But the time taken to trim, then chamfer, then de-bur is about double the time it takes with the Forster. If one balks at $300 for a Gracie or $400 plus for a Giraud, try about $120 for Forster in one caliber, add $55 for a second. Cuts are clean, precise and straight. Mike T.