I have been giving a lot of thought about getting into reloading for about the last year. I looked at the round counts I keep on most of my guns, and realized that I shoot a lot more than the average Joe. I think it would end up finally being a little bit less expensive in the long run, and I also like having things to do to keep me busy on a rainy day like today. I have been keeping and taking every piece of once fired brass I can get my grubby hands on at the range lately. I have them all organized into different coffee cans and labeled. I have also been collecting and seperating steel and aluminum cases as well. I realize those are not reloadable, but the plan is to recycle them at the one of the scrap yards around here to fund more components when I finally do take the plunge. I have been eyeing the Dillion 550B very hard and would like a set of Lee presses to go with it. I would very much like to start out with a progressive press that can do a lot of different calibers. I realize that might be a little more difficult to learn with, but I would like to think I have great attention to detail. I also want something that will be moderately fast so that I don't feel the need to move on to something else within my first year of using the equipment. I am going to the store tomorrow to pick up a copy of the ABC's of Reloading and possibly the Speer manual. I have also been reading everything I can online and watching youtube videos to learn as much as possible. What say you all? I have read the sticky at the top of this page at least twice. I also saw something on a thread here on GT for different people's station set-ups. I saw one that somebody had mounted everything to a moveable Craftsman toolbox. I REALLY like that idea. Not only would it have lockable shelves to store components and brass, but it would be easy to move around if I ever felt the need to do so. ETA: I would like to load .380, 9MM, .40, .45 ACP, and .223 to start. Any input is greatly appreciated.