I don't see a powder measure on there or a trickler as mentioned above. Best I can tell you is I've been reloading for nearly 50 years now and I'd sure Recommend Lee's Anniversery reloading kit. It comes with everything you need to reload except the dies for a hundred bucks.
Over the years I've used most of the presses on the market and I certainly can't tell the difference in ammo accuracy wise between my Rockchucker and the Lee press. If I were going to buy any other press it would be the one the military uses to load their match ammo on. The Forster Co-Ax Single Stage Press. Here's a look at it.
MidwayUSA - Forster Co-Ax Single Stage Press
I load for the following calibers.
7mm Remington mag
300 Win mag
300 Remington Ultra-mag
8mm Remington mag
The Lee kit with the new Breech lock press costs less than an RCBS press alone and comes with the powder scale, powder measure, auto-prime and case prep tools. I'd also add the new Lee manual and at least one other such as the fine Lyman or RCBS or Speer loading manual.
Use the extra money and get a case tumbler and the necessary Lee trimmers. I like the deluxe Lee die sets that come with both a full length sizer and a collet sizer. Don't know if they have the deluxe set for the 300 ultra-mag.
Here's the way my bench is set up.
Getting the powder measures and scale up at eyel level helps and frees up bench space.