Consider a Hornady, Great machine with excellent customer service to back it up.
With the deal Hornady is running giving 500 bullets with a purchase, the price is hard to beat
I have loaded on a Hornady progressive press for over 20 years and am pleased. At one time I kept hearing how Dillon was so much better so I bought a SDB, I hated the powder measure and considering at the time it was almost the same price as the Hornady but would only load pistol cases I soon sold it leaving me unimpressed. Then I ran across a deal on a Dillon 550. The 550 is manual indexing... ON A PROGRESSIVE MACHINE!?!... at least I got my money back out of it. Still thinking Dillon must be better than Hornady because all of the internet experts kept saying so I began looking for a 650. I found a gun shop that had one set up and let me try it. The Dillon machines use the little brass buttons that are for case retaining and a real pain in the !$$. Then the dealer tries, on top of a machine that is more expensive than the Hornady, tries to sell me a Dillon strong mount and a roller handle... now the price is no where close.... easy choice. I purchased a second Hornady progressive press.
Many times in a brand vs brand debate I hear "my brand is the best" from those that have never owned another brand.... seems to be short on facts to me.
here is some good reading
One thing when comparing presses, get to operate them if possible. The one I use is a right hand handle operation and left hand case and bullet insertion and some others are not, this is what I am used to making others seem awkward.
Just what I am used to, others may seem more comfortable to you