i'm looking to start reloading however i have one question in regards to the designated work area. right now, the only area i have conducive to reloading to set up my equipment is a"temporary" one, meaning i couldn't leave everything out and set up- i would have to set up and breakdown everytime (like a reloading roadie) and being a total green horn, i'm wondering if thats even worth it. i mean in terms of set up and breakdown time vs actual reloading time- most likely i'll never have more than 4-6 hours to commit- if 3 of that is spent setting up and cleaning up, and in the other 3hrs i can only do 50-100 rounds....it may be worth just waiting til i have a better area set aside to reload in. i just dont know whats a typical production rate for the average noob/beginning reloader...? i would be starting in .40 S&W and 10mm with a RCBS supreme rock chucker kit- i dont want to buy any bullets, powder or primers until i have a more solid plan as to where and when i'm going to do this. Thanks. mack.