I haven't owned any of the Lee presses because of quality issues that I was told about by experienced reloaders when I got started (about 20 years ago).
I started with a used RCBS Rock Chucker, that I still use for rifle & pistol mag loads. About a year later I added a Dillon Square Deal that I use for 44's,
38's, 9mm and 45 Colt. Dillon really has the best no BS warranty I have every seen or heard of: A buddy bought a used one in poor shape, sent it to Dillon to get it checked out and they rebuilt that puppy at no charge
Reloading can be addicting: I started with my Rock Chucker, then added my
Sq Deal, then two MEC's for 12 ga & 20 ga...... it just goes on! But it's safer than chasing strange women & almost as much fun. YMMV.
You might be best served shopping for a used Rock Chucker, they are inexpensive, built like a tank and should last forever. Most shops that sell reloading equipment also have used gear that they took on trade. If you buy a used scale, GET A WEIGHT SET TO CHECK ACCURACY. An inaccurate scale can ruin your whole day at the least. Come to think of it, get the weight set for any scale, just one more important piece of safety equipment.