I chose "other."
I used to reload when I was into competition shooting, but I dropped it when I quit competing. I was a REloader rather than a HANDloader, and only did it so I could afford to shoot the vast quantities of training ammo practical shooting requires. Nowadays I just don't go out and shoot 1000 rounds every weekend. It's more like 400-500 rounds a month through my main gun these days.
Now I find I'd rather spend my time doing other things, versus sitting at the bench. I am in a comfortable enough financial position now - as opposed to my misspent youth - to be able to pay someone else to make my ammo. Then I can spend my time with my family, traveling, shooting, or whatever.