I'll throw in with the Dillon crowd.
I just got back into shooting a little over a year ago. I had inherited a single stage and a turret press when my father died about 3 years ago, but hadn't done anything with them. After reading a number of forums, and other research, I purchased the Dillon RL550b. While I do use the other presses for sizing/decapping rifle rounds, EVERYTHING is loaded on the Dillon. If you do get a Dillon, you WON'T regret it.
Best of luck,
If you can find a reloader to help you, life will be much easier. I really wish I had gotten into sharing the hobby with my father.
Seating and crimping seperatly is MUCH easier/better IMO.
[This message has been edited by Bill in NM (edited March 03, 2000).]