Got a new mold, a NOE TL358-175RF, 4 cavity. Cast some last week and decided to load some up today. Trying a new load, I've never loaded heavy 357 before. These dropped at about 182gr with the alloy I used. 11.6gr Accurate #9, CCI 550 (magnum) primers, PMC once-fired brass. 1.600" OAL. Tumble-lubed with a version of BLL (Ben's Liquid Lube). I'm expecting around 1050 FPS from this load. We'll see. I'll chrono the load when I get a chance. I only loaded 48 rounds - 8 cylinders. I figure 4 cylinders to chrono, and 4 to shoot for groups. If these go well, I want to try a 200gr load, in both .38 Spl and .357 Mag. Quick shot of my reloading bench. After years of loading, one would think I would have a larger work area, but I use what is available - I think it's 23" wide. For those that care, I love the Lee Classic Turret. It's compact, and it works. I can easily load 150+ per hour, starting with tumbled brass. The Safety-Prime system works fine.