As a result of this thread: http://www.thefirearmsforum.com/threads/frankford-arsenal-platinum-series-hand-deprimer-tool.164392/ I decided to order this Platinum Series Hand Deprimer. Cons: The first thing that I noticed right out of the box was the Mag Collet was defective. The base ring was incomplete and thus would not securely stay fastened to the units body where it's supposed to be stored. The second thing I noticed was during the initial use. While doing 800 crimped 223R cases about 1 in 10 primers were not being captured when holding the unit horizontally. The remedy was simply aiming it towards my feet. Pros: Later I called the Battenfield number I found online and talk to a very pleasant gentleman. He took my name and address and is shipping me replacement collets. He also ask me how I like it. I told him about the spent primer containment problem. He said he would notify product development. It was nice to talk to a CS agent who, like RCBS and Dillon didn't flinch but just wanted to replace the defect and took interest in my comments. Final appraisal: I really like it. While doing the 223R cases my 70 year old hand and fingers got tired. For me this hand deprimer is easier and faster to use than the Harvey but no less fatiguing. It also doesn't pinch my fingers which the Harver sometime does. The collet retainer cap occasionally needed to be loosened or tightened. No big deal but something I noticed. I ended up wrapping the handle and the "trigger" with some tennis racket tape which help smooth out the grip. This didn't reduce the fatigue but it just didn't feel as abrasive to my old arthritic hands which made it easier to pop out the spent primers.