This is just my advice. I thought that I had to go electronic instead of weighing out every load. But I was into F1 competition shooting and accuracy was everything. Well i got burned out on traveling to shooting matches.
The next phase of my life was volume reloading and you get tired of waiting for the electronic powder spitter to drop in those last couple of grains.
So I bought the RCBS Competition powder measure. My $275 electronic has been in a closet now for 10 years. I periodically weigh a powder dump and they are always right on down to the 10th
I also have the Chargemaster Combo 1500 and it does all I need to do. Scales and powder drops have been sitting in the closet for 10 years gathering dust.
I rarely ever wait on the charge, because after I push the dispense button I'm seating the bullet. By the time I'm done with that I hear the beep. I don't load any pistol calibers with it, rifle only. If I load for pistol it is with a powder drop.
Guess it all depends on your loading process, but there's no way in hexx I'll ever go back to drops or scales for rifle reloading.
-------- There are those who only reload so they can shoot, and then there are those who only shoot so they can reload. I belong to the first group. Dom