I did some reloading 40 years ago and want to get started again and have a few questions to help direct my learning and shopping...perhaps some of the guru's here can steer me in the right direction. - What are the pros and cons of each company and their equipment with regard to entry level items (I know they can all make ammo, but which ones have the best equipment and why, which ones have the best add-ons as far as dies etc and why) - Which company has the "best" press for entry level? I am thinking of a single-stage at this point as I am not going for speed and have a tiny bit of ADD...I want to be able to focus like I did in the past and not miss something that would result in problems. - I would suppose that I should have a tumbler...school me on media and how often it is changed, etc - Which reloading manual seems to be the industry standard? In the past I used the Speer manual...Do all of the manuals have the majority of powders listed, or only some for each caliber requiring multiple manuals to be purchased? - Speaking of powders, back in the dark ages I used only Hercules, Bullseye, Red Dot and Blue Dot...might have used the Green Dot, but really cannot remember on that one...For pistol and revolver reloading is a gold standard, or a trinity of powders that seem to have the most attention and use? Is there anything I am missing except the equipment sitting on my work bench? Lots of questions but want to thank everyone in advance that contributes to my education! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!