I just got in my birthday present to myself. A thousand prepped and primed .223 cases from Top Brass. These are Lake City headstamped, cleaned, resized, trimmed, and primed with Winchester Small Rifle primers. All I've got to do is dump a powder charge in and seat a bullet. I've got enough WCC-846 pulldown powder (from Jeff Bartlett) left to load a thousand cases already. Now I've got to order a thousand Hornady 75 grain BTHP Match bullets from Sinclair. That'll be next month, though.
I can build a sub-MOA load good for 600 yards for about $0.20 per round, or I can go to Ammoman and pay the same price for stuff that won't hold 2 MOA, and isn't really any good past 300 meters.
Or I cay pay $0.36 a round for Black Hills ammo no better than my handloads.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I handload.
Edited to add:
And this is what my pet load is capable of out of my AR-15 at 100 yards if I do my part: