Well I finally broke down and loaded 70 rounds of .327 FM using the Meyer .32 caliber 94 grain LSCW. I looked at my down loads on information with these bullets. Well my loading data jumps from 90 to 98 grain bullets. Suggested starting point on 98 grain bullets and above with 2400 powder was 10 grains. Well I am right in the middle at a 94 grain bullet so I started my first loads at 10 grains of 2400 powder see how this load works out. I am not impressed with the Lee reloading die. Especially the sizing die. So much adjustments with .327 FM I got all my brass sized and primed. Then when I went to do the last 20 the damn die would punch out the primer?? I had to tightened down the top adjustment know with a 1/2 & back it up with a 3/4 wrench according to the instructions. Had so much hassle with this die I finally had to put the damn thing in a wise to turn the knob far enough to be able to knock out the primers from the brass. Never had this problem with RCBS dies. Looks like I am going to sell or get rid of these dies and buy some .327 FM RCBS dies!!! But I at least tried to reload a few rounds! I think my next thing to do is order some starline .32 H&R brass and work up some loads!!!