I shot lots of IPSC, (military) combat, and bullseye matches with different SIG, Glock, and 1911 and 2011 pistols, some with factory or GI barrels and some with Kart, Bar-Sto, Jarvis, or KKM.
In matches or, heaven forbid, a real-world shooting I don't want to play around with clearing and reducing a stoppage -- so I use the Lee Factory Crimp Die (in a Dillon 550) for both my son's and my own 9mm and .45 ACP handloads.
I used Redding taper crimp dies for a while, but went back to the Lee with better functioning.
It hasn't hurt my son's or my own performance. He has 14 and I have 12 points toward the 30 required for Distinguished Pistol Shot badges.