Hand dies are the best IF the gun is tight tolerance and you have the experience to use them. If not waste of time and money for new reloader.
I have numerous sets of the hand dies (wilson and custom) but they are not made for FL sizing of magnum cases (neck size only) which is a major problem with magnum cartridges. Nor will hand dies bump the shoulder which will be required.
If standard factory, use the regular press and 7/8x14 dies to learn on. Plus not all calibers come in hand dies off the shelf and really costly to have custom made for regular caliber ($250-300). A press will load anything with a decent set of dies.
Later on for custom chambers and tighter tolerances, learn to use the hand dies.
Go to ebay and buy some used items to start and save dollars
used forester bonanza coax press or rcbs rockchucker press for 1/3 retail cost.
RCBS 10-10 scale for $30 (retail new $130)
Buy a RCBS primer tool
couple loading trays
sinclair seating depth tool
set of bullet comparators from stoney point
I like the Forester bonanza BR dies, Hornady custom and the Redding.
Bottom line is buy the standard press, learn and later buy hand dies for the ones that warrant and can use that degree of accuracy. Anyway that is my opinion.