Re: Dream reloading set up?
I've been doing this stuff more than 45 years using a lot of different brands and models of equipment and my dream choices would be a lot different from Mudrunners! Tell us more; your dream, my dream and some other guy's dream is certain to be different. Otherwise each of us can only tell you what we wish we'd had to start with but telling you what I would want for my needs doesn't matter if your goals are different and they probably are.
I'd love to have a Dillon 1050 set up with Dillon measures and dies for each of my handguns, a Dillon 650 with Forster or Redding dies for each of my hunting rifles, a Forster CoAx and Forster dies for my varmint rifles, a Redding Ultramag for case reforming, a Lee Classic Turret for load development and a MEC Sizemaster for 12 and 20 gauge. And that's just for dream presses and dies! Then I'd need a medium size barn to set it all up in but I really don't need ... nor can I afford ... such a dream!
Bottom line, the right dream matters a lot on what your end goals are and how much money you're willing to drop on equipment; how much space you have for your total set up; what volumes of each type of ammo you might want to produce in a single session - 100 rounds or 3,000 rounds? And what rational level of accuracy you're going to be seeking from each cartridge for varmint or big game ammo or BR or 200 yard or 1,000 yard competion, etc, and if you may want to try casting bullets or do some shotshell reloading someday.