Hi all, I've been having more and more trouble with hand and wrist pain using my brass prep hand tools: - primer pocket wire brush (old rcbs) - chamfer tool (old, classic rcbs 45deg "rocket") - rcbs manual trimmer (old, with the bar you have to twist to lock on to the rim) - rcbs hand primer (round flat primer tray, priming effort on newer brass is quite high and the whole thing is just fiddly) These tools have all been reliable partners, but all the twisting and turning is really painful and I can't even load a full 50 rounds all the way through in a single session anymore. I'd like to find more ergonomic solutions that will allow me to comfortably reload without injury. What have folks found to work well for these jobs? I'm certainly not averse to power options and if there are notable upgrades in performance available, I'd jump on those. These tools were my grandpa's and here I am decades later still using them. I'm not concerned about cost; my grandkids may be using them way down the road and I'm sure they'll appreciate a quality tool too!