I have use of a #50 basket press which works nicely, but I have the opportunity to access a new Lancman 80-liter rotating bladder press: https://lancman.net/product/fruit-press-lancman/vspx/ I've read that bladder presses can apply greater average pressure to the skins while applying less peak pressure to the seeds (because the rubber bladder is more conformal than the wooden plunger), resulting in more 'goid' tannins from the skins and less 'bad' tannins from the seeds. Easier cleaning (at least with the tilting model), faster press time, and single-handed operation are other pluses, but my primary motivation is improved wine (meaning greater tannin extraction for heavy reds). The only negatives I've read about are the possibility of a bladder bursting and ruining a $1000 batch of wine, but that seems like an exceedingly liw-liklihood event after speaking with a couple manufacturers. So does anyone have expeience with both basket and bladder presses? Which is better for heavy reds? Are there any other pros and cons I am missing (other than the higher cost of a bladder press)?