So I have had reloading equipment for about a year now and I have been using an RCBS single stage press. It is extremely nice and I like using it but it takes me forever to reload using it. I have only done maybe a total of 300 rounds over the past year due to time constraints. I loaded 40 .308 rounds last week and it took me about 4 hours! Since I will be 21 pretty soon, I am thinking that I will be doing quite a bit of pistol reloading and I know I don't want to take that long when making some reloads! So, I have been looking just briefly on getting a turret or a progressive press. The RCBS kit I got does not accept the "piggy back" kit that some other RCBS single stages can accept, so I have to get a whole new press. What is the difference between the two? I really like RCBS but I could be open to others. Am I right in thinking that a turret press is just good so you don't have to change out dies but you still have to do a batch through one die at a time and the progressive press just does them one by one each step of the way? Wouldn't it be faster to do it on a progressive? Is there any problems with this? What about cleaning out the primer pockets because it would get deprimed and then reprimed in the next step?