Tork, I am a hard core caster, but get comfortable with the basic reloading process, first.
Best advice I have for you is not to listen to the guys who make reloading sound complicated and expensive. This ain't rocket science.
You squeeze the brass back to shape, and knock out the old primer, usually as one step. You put in a new primer, expand the case mouth a bit, and add a suitable powder charge. Then you seat the bullet and crimp the case a bit in a last step. That's all there is to it.
The folks who complicate it have generally been loading less than a year themselves. The old timers mostly started on Lee Loaders and know how little is really needed.