First thing to do is start reading all the threads in here
I think the most important component(s) of your equipment will be your dies. I like Redding. I would highly recommend a competiton bullet seater for better concentricity and easier depth gauging. I would also recommend a neck sizer and body die instead of an FL (full length) and only size the body just enough to fit the chamber. It will probably take several firings and neck sizings before the body gets too fat to fit the chamber without forcing it. It is possible to neck size and partial body size with an FL sizer, but a neck and body die are a little more flexible. If you get a neck die, I highly recommend you get a floating button expander ball. You will need to call Redding for the correct part # for your cartridge. You will want to use a rubber O ring with it. This will help keep your neck concentric.
All the other equipment probably wont vary much in quality and most of it will get the job done. Some of it will function better than others.
RCBS Rock Chucker press and shell holder(s)
RCBS 10-10 scale
RCBS hand primer
Any powder trickler
Pocket cleaning tool
Cheapest vibrating tumbler that will hold 100 cases (use walnut media)
Cabella's dial caliper's (they're the cheapest and good quality)
One Shot Spray Lube (do not, I repeat, do not get a gel case lube and pad! One shot is soooo much easier and cleaner)
Case holder tray
Case trimmer (optional for now - mannual or power... power is easier to use but spendy)
Most importantly... learn all the safety factors and techniques reqired for safe handloading.