I received a replacement LNL AP from Hornady last week. The new press does not have the indexing problem that the original had. I loaded 300 rounds and it indexed perfectly every time after a minor pawl adjustment. I'm still having a problem every now and then and it is mostly a lack of experience on my part. Each stroke of the handle must be just right - not too fast and not too slow. It it's too slow the primer does not seat like it should. If it's to fast and hard powder will be bounced out of the case. Then other things can go wrong like running out of primers and not noticing until powder gets all over the shell plate and floor. The bushing holding the powder feeder worked loose and the powder feeder rode up with the stroke and did not feed any powder for several cases. I should have noticed the feeder riding up, but missed it and when I did notice I had no idea how many cases did not have powder. I pulled 200 bullets and found four without powder. The bullet seating die worked loose and the bullet was not seated deep enough for about 25 rounds. Because of that I decided to modify my loading procedure. I am going to resize, prime, and expand in one batch operation with only the sizing and expanding dies in place. Then I'll drop powder, check powder, drop the bullet, seat, and crimp in a second batch operation. I'm very happy with the loaded rounds, but need more practice to get to 100% reliability. I really wish the press had 7 or 8 stages instead of five. That would allow much more flexibility in the loading procedure.