Turns out when doing large batches of bullets you need a lot of bullet trays, or a bullet tray and a lot of boxes as you go through different steps. I decided it was time to just make a bigger bullet tray or two so I took a break from bullet making today to make something to help speed the operation along:
If you need one get a .75" thick piece of wood, a .5" drill bit, set your depth for .5" with the drill bit about 1/8" above the wood so you can transition from hole to hole, and space your holes .75" from center to center. This one holds 189 bullets and cost 1/3 of what 3 trays from MTM/RCBS/Frankford/etc. cost.