Hey everyone, I am considering getting into reloading, but know very little. I'm hoping this forum and its members can help me along the way. I am initially interested in reloading handgun in 9mm, .40 cal, .357, .38, but may do some 5.56 for my brother. In the few hrs of reading I've done, the conclusion to be found is this: guys are just as particular about their reloading equipment as they are about their guns...from Dillon to RCBS. I know there are a lot of benefits of a progressive, but idk if I have the money for it. Dillon is supposed to be great for warranty, parts availability, etc and seems to be an industry standard. Lee seems to be a great value, and Hornady looks interesting. I was looking at the Lee Classic turret press...not as expensive and complicated as the full scale progressives, but looks like it could put out some serious rnds once someone gets the hang of it. I'd like any experience/feedback. Theres a kit at cabelas that looks like it has a powder loader/hopper and a primer holder/feeder (sorry if my terminology is wrong) and a scale. I'm confused as to what kind/how many dies I will need, because there appears to be a few different types... and anything else. I guess I really need a "reloading for dummies" book.