Short answer: not impressed. Would not recommend unless you plan to do small batches.
It is not rigid. It does not hold much before it starts to flex. One handle wants to dislodge from the basket. The efficiency seems to decrease as the quantity increases. Some pins escaped the bucket. The latch to keep the basket closed is a PIA. The basket kept hitting the bucket (due to the flexing).
I plan to contact Midway regarding a return. The policy stated on the website states product must be unused to be returned unless defective. I could argue that the handle not staying locked in place makes it defective, but it is also due to the design. If I have to pay return shipping it's probably not worth it.
Dealing with the pins is still a PIA and has me rethinking my desire to want a clean primer pocket. I think for next batch I'll run it without the pins again but with the citric acid powder and longer.
Looking to sell a Glock 19 MOS complete Upper.
Suppressor height sights
Victory First Barrel
can include parts needed to put it on a G23 frame
small wear from my holster on slide in pics
shoots great groups
Accepts Trijicin RMR (not included)
Low round count
Located in Bergen County
First I’ll take it gets it
Hopefully I've piqued your interest. Allow me to recommend S&W (used) models 14, 15 or 67 in .38 Spl or 19 and 66 in .357 Magnum. You'll find that you if you look the .38's are only $100 to $200 higher than your tactical tupperware. If you want to step up to the magnums you'll be adding $200 to $500 to the price of the .38's depending on the particular gun. For the price you'll pay for the magnums you could also consider the next frame size up and look at 586/686 models.
Always glad to give advice - I love spending OPM.
Here's a Model 15
Here's a Model 19
Both of these are equipped with stocks that would add quite a bit more the prices I quoted in the above post.