I've owned a couple of them in the past. They work, make a pretty good shell, actually they make a very good shell. They're a bit on the "flimsy" side as far as construction as they're mostly all plastic. But they have auto powder and shot and only when a hull is present. The "auto" primer feed is pretty much the same as the Load All, hit or miss. The shot and powder bushings are the same as the Load All also. Lee recommended when loading in progressive mode to only do every other station at a time (IIRC) also the "shell plate" is a "captured" system, once a hull is inserted, if there's a boo-boo you pretty much have to dissemble the top of the press (not to difficult, especially after you've done it a couple times) to remove the offending hull. Let's see, what else, oh the powder and shot hoppers are easy to empty, if memory serves you just turn them, then lift them off. (Sound familiar
) Station eight (yep eight) is where the shell is ejected gave me some problems kinda like it was a bit small and that would jamb up the works until removed. The indexing piece was plastic so you had to be careful and not force ANYTHING or you could break it. (I never did break anything on the ones I had) But like I said it is a bit of a fragile loader. If a guy could find one in good shape for cheap they are kinda fun to play with and like I said they do work. I didn't own them for long, just wanted to check them out for the most part and them moved them along. (I also have 4 other shot shell presses so didn't need them at all) The one RD refers to on e-bay looks a bit rough to me but a cursory look it seems to be complete as far as the main body. Wad guides and bushings from the Load All will work with this one. Fifty bucks seems a bit high to me though for that condition. If it was in "like new" condition I may be tempted though just because. But I'm a bit of a press "junky" for different stuff.....at least for a while..