.357 SIG costs too much to shoot, period. So, I'm definitely gonna get into reloading. I've done some math on the casings, bullets, primers, and powder from Midway, and I can make the first 500 rounds for about $260 before shipping. That includes enough bullets and primers for 1,000 rounds, so adding in another couple of pounds of powder and reusing the 500 casings puts me at $280 or so for 1,000 rounds. Sure beats paying $600+ for 1,000 factory loaded rounds, and I can have my handloads with Rainier hollowpoints. Not that I need them for practice, but I like the idea of having hundreds of hollowpoints on hand in case the zombies come back. Anyway, with my Chase rewards program, I'll have a $100 gift card to Cabelas very soon. I've been looking at the Lee Challenger kit ($100) and the Lee Annivesary kit ($110). I don't see much of a difference between the two, so I'd like advice on which to get. Also, what else should I throw in (like a digital powder measure?)? Please keep in mind I am not going for speed or super precise target/hunting loads. I want to safely load target ammo that will come fairly close to replicating my carry ammo in terms of recoil. Like said, 200+ rounds per hour is not important to me. I have no problem with spending a lot of time on the reloading process itself, but I want it done consistently and safely.