What bed said.
I would also add that you might "try" an FCD as the 4th stage crimping die and see how that works for you. I do NOT want this to turn into a pro/con FCD thread, but it is as least worth considering. Some of us like the way it smoothes out the bulges in what would probably be good ammo as is. I use FCD for all of my handgun calibers with full knowledge that it is not essential that I do so. I simply like the way the die crimps my ammo and ensures 100% chamberability. I even use mine with lead bullets with great accuracy. Be warned that some FCDs are much tighter than others, which I find to be the root of much of the anti-FCD sentiment out there. If I had a tight FCD I would not use it, either.