If you start with a Dillon 550, which doesn't index itself, you can load one round all the way through, and build up your speed as you learn. Just be careful and be sure that you have powder in each case prior to seating the bullet. Reloading isn't rocket science. It's really pretty simple. If you have average mechanical ability and intellectually grasp the basics of reloading, you'll do fine.
On the other hand, I prefer my Rockchucker for rifle reloading. Sure wouldn't want to load pistol ammo in a single stage, though. I'm using a crappy Lee Loadmaster, on which I have disabled the auto shellfeed. I just slide the shells into the shellplate, using the shellfeed tubes and slide mechanism. I can load a lot of quality ammo a lot faster than I can with my Rockchucker.