Lee leaking, with fine grained ball powders, isn't fake news. I bought one new about 10 years ago, I never adjusted it and it leaked when used and when just setting.
For charges under 25 gr of most powders, I've used my Redding powder measure, with the 5/16" diameter pistol insert. It sometimes gets a little stiff but, working it a few times, with the powder in it, clears it up. I gave my wife one to use, when she started shooting, 6 years ago and she has near complained about anything. I believe the Redding's with the pistol insert, to be the best, all round measure out there, for the above mentioned charge range. The only one that beats it, for accuracy, with any powder, is the B&M. The Redding will beat the highly totted Harrel, with any of the stick powders, also.
You get dead accurate, return settings with the micrometer adjustment, too. There are many better measures out there and for most of your charges, you need to use a pistol size measure insert (less area to shear). The older measure are the best, in my opinion, like the SAECO, Hollywood, Lachmiller, Bonanza, Pacific, Hornady, RCBS (even the Lil dandy), Ohas and even some of the Herters. Those never wear out but, left w/o care, can rust.
I collect powders measures (and test them) and my most accurate one for larger charges (35 gr up) is Lachmiller, it loads vertical and dumps vertical but, doesn't have a micrometer.
I would highly suggest that what ever you get, have a miccrometer setting. I keep a book and have at least 20 powders listed in it and for those powders, I have mic settings for the range that I use. I've always loaded at the range and with it, I can go to any powder and charge I need.
One other thing, if your measure has a knocker, do not use it! Just learn to throw consistantly, the knockers won't make your charges better.
Ebay is your friend for powder measures.