1) Lee Classic Turret kit from Kempf. $241.25 shipped Contents: Lee Classic Turret Press Lee Deluxe 4-Die Set for .38/.357 Lee Auto Disk Powder Measure Lee Safety Prime System (Large AND Small) Lee Auto Disk Riser (Required for the Safety Prime System) Six MTM 50 round Plastic Ammo Boxes Add Pro Auto Disk Powder Measure upgrade https://kempfgunshop.com//index.php...facturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=41 2) Dillon Eliminator. $81.94 shipped http://www.dillonprecision.com/#/content/p/9/pid/25215/catid/7 3) Lee case conditioning kit. $9.99 http://www.midwayusa.com/product/618939/lee-case-conditioning-kit Speer reloading manual #14. $25.99 http://www.midwayusa.com/product/537267/speer-reloading-manual-14 Frankford Arsenol 6" electronic caliper. $22.49 http://www.midwayusa.com/product/604242/frankford-arsenal-electronic-caliper-6-stainless-steel Lymon shooter's check weight set. $26.99 http://www.midwayusa.com/product/212586/lyman-shooters-weight-check-set $97.79 shipped for the above four items (all from Midway) Total: $420.98 Questions: Am I missing/overlooking anything, no matter how small? I figure to add things like a bullet puller and brass tumbler, as well as dies for other calibers, later. Is it logical to save $ on the shooter's check weight set (max 60.5 grains), vs a more complete set for heavier weights, since I am probably not currently worried about the precise weight of anything other than the powder? (reloading, now, for practice using purchased bullets) Is there a better way to get all of the above items (or as good/better, but same price range) for less by not having to split the shipping up across 3 different sites? Keep in mind I'll probably order some poweder from Midway so figure on ordering from them one way or the other. Also, I decided I am not interested in using the Lee powder scale that comes with Midway's kit.