I'm gonna put in a plug for the Lee AutoPrime II, the press mounted version. It's all steel except for the plastic tray and feed channel, and they are cheap enough to keep spares on hand. It takes standard shell holders, and it gets that magazine full of primers away from your body.
Another gadget I like is the line of pushthrough sizers. They do as good a job as anything on the market and they are blazingly fast with stuff you can tumble lube.
I like a lot of Lee stuff. If it does not have a lot of moving parts, it probably works pretty good. I'm a tinkerer anyway, so a little deburring, polishing, etc. does not bother me at all. Do some of that even on the much more expensive stuff.
Imho, the Lee line is characterised by brilliant design and borderline execution.