Good advice for starting out.
You'll probably find that loading for the pistols is a different game than the rifles. GENERALLY you don't need to be nearly as precise. You still have to be careful, just not as picky.
If you do pistol competition (IDPA, USPSA, SASS) or even if you do rifle competition (i.e. Fclass or hi-power0 you may feel the need for a progressive. Check out Dillon (Dillon Precision: Reloaders, Reloading Equipment, Bullet Reloading, Bullet Reloaders
Some may feel it is much harder (or impossible) to make quality ammo on a progressive, but I know about 1500 Prairie Dogs, and a few hi-power x rings that think the 223 and 22-250 I make on my Dillon are plenty accurate enough.
Get a good turret type press so that you are not changing dies every 5 minutes. When you are starting out or piddling with a load, you will make small batches, which means you'll be changing dies. I use the Redding T-7, and love it. I sprang for an extra head, so now I can leave the dies for 4 cartridges set up. Just love it.