I think the Missus actually did a better job than you. She put an adequate number in the old ticker and then covered the other vitals, and then had a good dispersion to allow excellent overall drainage plus good shock. Heck, a bunch of your hits went through the same hole, nothing but air by then.
Just Joshing, both did great. My wife was the one who told me to buy my first Dillon because the old RCBS single stage was taking too much time even with both of us working together.
Tell the Missus that I do believe what you call a warning shot was when she shot that durn yakkity parrot off the fellows shoulder.