OK, so the .3cc Lee scoop dishes out say X.X grains of W231. But I need a little more to start say with Y.Y grains for 125 grain LRN. I'm thinking to myself do I make myself a set of scoops using spent cut down 9mm cases and a handle with the primer hole soldered shut for Y.Y through Z.Z. grains? That could be neat. But how about instead making a powder trickler? RCBS sells a nice one for $15 but like most folks here I'd rather buy components with that. What do folk think about the idea of using a small glass salt shaker as a powder trickler? If the holes on the metal top are too small then all the better as only one or more of them can be enlarged to pass powder through. What are other people using? Are you weighing powder for every round or have you made up your own scoops? The Lee scoop set measures are not good enough. What say?