I should add that at one time I owned a Redding Model 25. It was the T-6 equivalent to the T-7. Built like a tank but having the backward tilt was a non starter for me. The T-7 is an upright press, no tilt, and I like that design a lot better. I went through a Rock Chucker and a Forster B-2 but when I bought my first Ultramag I was convinced I had the right press and sold the others. The Lee Classic presses were a curiosity but they are such great value I can't see selling them for any other brand. Lee has some really good designs and their Classic line is fantastic. Nothing wrong with the Rock Chucker and Forster presses and I'm not dissing them in any way, I just found ones that fit my reloading style better.
Gun control is hitting what you aim at..