I had received it today but Kevin forgot to put my 38SC conversion kit in the package.
I'll just share my thought on the 9mm first.
The package came with the Manual Rollsizer, small pistol drop tube, the plastic hose for the case feeder(If you have one), 4 spare screws, 2 hex tools & user manual.
Surprisingly, after I had installed the drop tube, my DAA mini case feeder can just ride on the drop tube but with a little wobble.
I had ordered an extra adapter from DAA and will figure it out to stabilize it. However, even with the little wobble the mini case feeder still work.
(Update: After playing around with it for half an hour, just an O ring or a tiny rubber bend had solved the wobble 99%, let see if the adapter will be better)
First impression, I rollsized about ten 9mm brass for testing purpose and I can say the crank effort required is minimal as stated.
Compare with my Lee Bulge Buster which makes my hands tired in about a few rounds, the Manual Rollsizer almost do not required any effort at all.
After rollsized the brass and resized them with Dillion press, the brass drop easily into my case gauge 100%. Then I used them to made dummy rounds and they all dropped freely to my case gauge. Much much much better results than the Lee Bulge Buster.
I'm impressed with the results at this point. But still need the field test of the ammo to be sure.
P.S. DAA USA is carrying them now, no need to wait for Immortobot.
Manual Rollsizer In Action (Click to View)