Ill open with my current method with the intent of creating rounds for precision rifle. I start by de priming, then into a ss tumbler until pockets are clean. The brass has already had the flash holes deburred, but primer pockets not uniformed. Then i place them in a tumbling dryer with a space heater blowing against them (looking for better option/ opinion). I then lube them with dillon spray lube, making sure to get it in the necks. I then bump resize with a rcbs, hornady, or lee full length resize, wich generally yeilds .002 - .0025 neck tension. From there i check length and trim if necessary, chamfer and deburr. I aneal every other load. Then i generally wipe off the excess lube, but have been trying to re tumble in the ss media, but it messes up the neck, has to be re chamfered. Looking for other methods/ good policies on doing bulk material. I was thinking of picking up a vibratory tumbler to put the loaded rounds in post loading, to remove the excess lube.