I try to pick my powder so that if it is double filled, it overflows the case. If I can't, I take a lesson from my muzzle loaders and make and Mark a dowel for proper powder level. I have found one over fill in two decades, but well worth the trouble!
I also like to use a bent paperclip as a feeler to check for internal base cracks in the casing. They seem to crack there first.
When I cast the pistol ballistic Points, I coat them in Alox lube; then push them through a sizing die I made here. I have done 2000 in one afternoon this way.they end up perfectly round (Nopld sag) and to exact size.
Sure beats washing dishes, ROFLOL!