I have an old six hole Lyman turret press I rarely use anymore. I thought it would be good idea but it didn't work that way for me, just a solution to a non-problem. I can screw-change dies in about 15 seconds so how much time might it save in a two hour loading session? Maybe two minutes if I do two calibers! And, for precision work, no turret can be a rigid as a single stage. Fact of life, there has to be a little slack in that turret or it couldn't turn.
Mounting dies in a turret and leaving them wouldn't work for me. I take my dies out after each loading session and clean the interiours before putting them away.
I'd get a Lee Classic Turret if I was determined to have one of that type. Massive, strong and not too expensive.