I already have a press and reload multiple calibers. This said, I bought a 350 Legend upper, and I don't anticipate shooting it much. I've kicked around buying the necessities to reload for it. By the time I buy dies (3-hole set plus a taper crimp die), the 4-hole turret head, case length trimmer, brass, and bullets, I'm probably in for ~$135. A $20 box of ammo could probably last a whole season, including (2) 5-shot sighter groups. That looks like somewhere in the neighborhood of an 8+ year payback. When do you start reloading for a cartridge you don't shoot much? Do you say "forget the economics" and plunge forward? Do you wait till you have a pile of brass onhand? Do you reserve reloading for only unobtainable, super-expensive, or super-accurate ammo?