I am interested in getting a new turret press to simplify my reloading process. I have always been very interested in the Harrell's Tooling Turret Press with the 4 head turret. But I also see that the Redding Turret press is about the same price and that the RCBS and Lyman are much cheaper. I also really like the Forester Co-ax and its ease of use without having to screw in each die for each step. Just being able to snap them in is a big plus for me. But I would still have to change each dies for each step. With the turret I just spin the turret and go to work. I have always used Foresters Micrometer seeter and full length dies and have had great success with em. So I trust Forester for my reloading needs. I just wish they had a turret press. My main draw to the turret press is being able to set the press up once and never have to adjust it again when I change calibers. just have to change turrets. That is the biggest plus for why I want a Turret press. I'm more interested in accuracy and simplifying my reloading process then saving a hundred bucks. So I would like the best press for the money. If you had around $250 or so to spend on a Turret press where would you put your money and why? Why one press over another? Or which Turret press do you currently own and why did you choose that one over the other options.