If you want "cheap", buy Lee; you will get what you pay for. If you want "quality, buy a 650 or 1050; both have bullet feeders.
My match loads meet the accuracy standards for Mk262 ammunition. A lot of Lee detractors confuse "lower cost" with "cheap" and that isn't always a fair comparison. "Cheap" is a subjective trait, but the holes in the target are an objective trait.
If you can afford more than Lee, by all means buy a Hornady, Dillon, or RCBS. I definitely got my money's worth out of my Pro1000, and will continue to do so. After I wear out the Colt HBAR barrel I'm using I'll start working on a Kreiger barrel (already bought it, because it was a private sale for half price of asking price). Money is a finite resource for me, so Lee makes sense in my situation. That might change in the future, and I might be able to afford the very best out there.