Depends what you are reloading. I use my Turrent press to do 9mm, 38, 357, 45acp, 44 mag, and 223. For these short rounds, it is great. You can change calibers in 30 seconds and load a box of 50 in 10 minutes. For full size rifle cartridges, I would go with the Rock Chucker. I don't think I would even attempt to load for 30-06 on my turrent press. For extreme accuracy, the Rock Chucker would get the nod. There is some play between the turrent and the top of the machine in the turrent press. I shoot plates so the turrent press is perfect for me. It produces great ammo, is much quicker than a single stage press, and I can change calibers in less than a minute.
Good shootin to ya