I picked up one of these today, It is a brand new product. I want to try some precision rifle reloading. The reviews for auto powder dispensers are all over the map anyway, so I figured I would try out this new unit. Did some testing tonight and figured I would post the results and see what others thought of the repeatability and accuracy, and post my thoughts on the unit as it is a new product. General Impressions of the unit. It is very easy to use. The calibration process is very simple and easy to do with the provided Calibrated weights, which tuck into storage locations on the main unit. The interface on the panel is very straight forward, there is a powder calibration function that trickles out powder at different rates and it calibrates itself to that specific powder. It dispenses powder pretty fast. I didn't use the cover at all in the testing. There is an App that you can use to control the unit from your phone using a bluetooth connection, I didn't have a chance to try it yet, but you can save setups on your phone and recall them as needed or adjust charge weights, start dispensing, etc. The touch screen is quite responsive and easy to use. Gripes: The leveling feet need to be about 1/4" larger in diameter so you can easily spin them from the sides to level the unit. They are flush with the body so being a bit larger would make it easier, but not too bad once you get the gist of it. The start button (play button) is hard to push, but not too bad once you get used to it. I used some IMR 4831 stick for the testing, I will do some other types of powder when I get a chance. I did 20 samples at 47 Grains, 85.5 Grains, 125 Grains and 10 samples at 200 grains. I used Lyman and a Hornady powder scales to verify each throw, which are posted below. The Lyman was right on target with the Frankford, but the Hornady was consistently lower. The Hornady always kind of sucked, which was why I bought the Lyman. I used the Lyman as the "scale of record" to verify. Over Target Alarm Starting with the second set, I re-weighed the samples in the Frankford Intellidropper as it seemed that the charges were consistently under the stop weight. There was no re calibration done after the first run of 47 grain samples. I just plugged in the new charge number and hit the go button. It seems to me that the Dispenser is quite consistent in charge throws. It seems to be consistently just under the set weight, but the standard deviation is quite low. You could likely adjust the charge to get exactly the weight you need by doing this and having a calibration offset. The range of variation is consistently about 1/2 grain at all set points. Draining the powder was fairly easy, there is a drain on the right rear. It was a little fiddly, but easy enough to manage. I used a can of duster air to blow out the unit after draining, and made a little bit of a mess, but next time it will be neater. I have no basis to judge the performance of the unit, the question for people who have used auto dispensers - how does this unit compare to your experiences with other units?