LeMat, thanks for shaking loose the second video, i was only able to view the Hungarian one in your previous post. I'm a Colt guy, so straight-sided cartridges are pretty much out of the question for me, it would be nice to roll out straight tubes and simply cut off the lengths though. Two of the most common objections i've read to cartridges is that they are finicky to make, and require too much time, so might as well load loose. It's a valid point i suppose, though toting along all the makings to loose-load isn't always convenient. Both your posts show methods of cartridge making that appear to be quite practical, thanks for posting them. Before reading this thread, i used to pan lube my conicals, and then clean off the heel with acetone to get the damn things glued securely into the cartridge mouth, not always sucessfully. One of the participants in the thread described dip-lubing his assembled cartridges, which i had briefly considered, then rejected un-tried for fear it would contaminate the powder. I finally tried it after reading about the poster's experience, and found that dipping worked perfectly. I like a thread where i can learn something useful, no matter how long it takes to read!