rotorheads recommendation is the best you can get on a budget but i would use the Forster Ultra seater.
The Redding "S" type neck die uses interchangeable neck bushings to size the neck.
In order to fully utilise this type of die and to give your self consistant neck tension it is important that you neck turn your case necks.
Tools for this are available from Sinclair and K&M services.
The next step up from this would be Redding Competition dies with micrometer adjustable heads.
The most accurate form of handloading does away with the convential 7/8 x 14 press and utilises hand dies and an arbour press.
Just as a matter of interest, a full hand die set up from sinclair would work out cheaper then buying a convential press and compettiton dies.
Check out this link: http://www.sinclairintl.com/cgi-bin/...amp;type=store