My typical routine is to take fired cases, anneal, tumble, dump media out, deprime/size, clean stuck media and flash holes/primer pockets, trim and load. These new ultrasonic cleaning things are around and I figure that could eliminate all the media cleaning but would substitute something that has stumped me. WET CASES. Did a dumb thing once and quenched after annealing. Now I had wet cases that really did not dry inside for days. That means for days I could not load those cases. Yes, did the shake, shake thing. Tried hair dryer. Did not try annealing again to boil the water out but that might work. If I got one of those ultrasonic machines - is there a way (microwave maybe?) to dry the cases thoroughly and quickly?