If you aren't wedded to the idea of swaging, Ryobi is my preferred crimp remover. http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...0#.UItHnlHurWg
I can assure you that it is "plenty fast."
Can you explain your technique for using the counter sink, I have tried and end up removing too much brass or not enough. Some times it looks like the crimp is all gone but a new primer still doesn't want to go in. I was thinking the 82 degree angle was the problem.
I have had success with a Hornady chamfer/ deburing tool, but that cramps my hand.