OK, ok...you smarty pants dudes, expert indeed.
Me no expert but have first hand valid opinion.
This from latest model Lyman Crusher II, terrible engineering on this one, linkage loose as a goose laterally and if you try to swage bullets with it as there booklet says you can you will eventually break the ram pin on the piston as it is only 3/8 of an inch in diameter.
The Lyman turret (big latest model) not so hot from what I hear from some others, complaints of binding at top and bottom of ram stroke.
If you want an excellent turret press look into the Redding T-7, it is built like a brick outhouse...very classey chassey and strong.
This is money well spent, go for it.
This from a guy who has two antique Lyman Tru-line Jr. turret presses on his loading desk. These were made probably 50 years ago, but are not very strong. They do serve a purpose for me in loading small calibers from 9 mm up to .44 special.
Now, some guys claim the older Lyman Orange Crusher II press was made with a better tighter linkage system...I don't know this for sure but you can check it out.
Good luck in whatever you decide to buy.