I plan on diving into my research and digging up all the intel I can about reloading and how to do it. I wanted to hear some opinions from folks out there that have some experience at this and what they think is the best company / manufacturer of reloading equipment. I've been reading a lot on Hornady reloading presses and so far they sound really impressive. I'm already assumed the initial cost is going to run me about $1,000 to get into this right. It sounds like an incredibly fun and rewarding hobby that I've been very interested in learning for a long time now for the sake of saving myself some cash on the ammo cost. I could use some help with suggestions and what I should look at to buy. My plans are to reload for many different calibers for both pistols and rifles. I'd like to start out with the basics and most popular calibers for my own guns at first and then move into more calibers at a later time when I can invest the money into more. I would like to reload for myself first, and friends secondly at cost. I would really like to consider the possibility of reloading for my own gun shop I will eventually own one day and sell to customers as my own branded specialized reload ammo. I would like to hear from anyone that can steer me in the right direction with my first press and what company / manufacturer I should buy from. Currently I've partial to Hornady and redding dyes. ALL and any input is appreciated and greatly welcomed... even if you think I'm an idiot. Lay it on me man! I need some noobie starting out advice. And keep in mind, I know nothing about reloading or how to do it. I will have to find a place or some resources on learning this. Thanks!