Reamers, especially cheaper HSS ones tend to ream oversize .0005-.001 from my experience, we usually order a remer sized to very smallest allowable tolerence of the hole and usually that works for us ending up middle-high of tolerence. carbide remers for smaller holes tend to hold much tighter tolerences than that. We dont use reamers in our lathes since, well we dont have many parts that need to be reamed, and we bore most of our stuff, no Y axis either on our lathes. With our mills tho for anything super tight that cant be bored we ream, and have had good luck with floating reamer holders, but also use er32 regularly. Biggest things are start hole size & concentricity, follwed by speed and feeds. I think the old school way of reaming is 1/2 the drill speed and twice the drill feed for reaming.