I cut a hole in the table and used a piece of 4" PVC pipe to drop the shell into a bucket. I slotted the pipe to fit the PW ramp. Then cut a beer can and fashioned a tunnel over the ramp so the shell slides into the PVC, dropping the shell into the 5 gallon bucket sitting on top of a milk crate. I did put a 3" thick piece of foam in the bottom of the bucket. It reduces noise and gives the first shells a soft landing. The bucket will hold about 400+ shells. Works perfect.
Here is my setup for mu 800 Plus with the Auto-Drive. I cut the rear drop shell chute off almost flush with the mount and wedged a piece of wood between the uprights that support the motor/gearbox. The shells hit the angled piece of wood and drop through a rectangular hole in the bench into a drawer.
Bought an old wood top desk- real heavy sucker too- sawed about a 3x4 inch hole in the top right where the shells come off the slide- Put a piece of plastic under the table to deflect the shells into a bucket.
Now takes longer to box up the shells than to load them.
I load on a MEC 650, I must remove the loaded shell from the loader by hand. The white PVC reducer in front of my loader goes into a bucket below. My wads are on the bench top to the right. Empty hulls on the bench top to the left. So my hands are back in that area any why. Remove and drop loaded shell. Pick up an empty hull and a wad place both and pull. My area is small and locating loaded shell below is a must. Paul in GINebraska.