Ok so I have a couple of questions that I hope someone can help me with. I recently purchased a Lee Classic Turret and the ABC's of Reloading. Somehow I found the resolve to leave the press in the box until I finished reading the ABC's to make sure I didn't do anything dangerous. But I am still left a little confused. I have done plenty of reading but haven't found anything for my situation. I will be reloading 45 acp as those are the only dies I currently have however I will be looking into 9mm .223 and 3030 once I get my bearings. Is there a certain powder that would work well for all of these? If not what seems to work best for .45 acp. Also does the type of primer matter in conjunction with the powder. I know I will need large pistol primers for the .45 however does brand matter? I also do not have a steady source for the materials. I have a LGS that stocks some stuff, a Gander Mountain in town with a very sparse reloading section, or a Cabelas that's about an hour away. What I mean is if I got a Hornady reloading book however used Barry's bullets instead could there be an issue as long as they are the same grain and shape? Finally books in general, I know more books is good as more references for loads are best however I don't have the means at this point to purchase 8 30-50$ books so are there a couple that give good loads for the cartridges I listed previously? I know this is a lot however I really appreciate any and all feedback you guys have to offer.