"You will NOT need the complexities of a turret or progressive press, get a basic single stage and avoid the 'quick change' die bushing gimmicks from Lee and Hornady. There's no reason to lock dies into a press with a wrench and you will quickly be able to hand screw & swap dies in less than a minute."
The above is good advice from Boomtube.
I think another good aspect of starting with some of this mid-range equipment is that it is easier to setup and get going. For example standard full length or neck only re-sizing dies are easier to setup and less confusing than the more expensive bushing type dies. This allows you to save a few bucks, and enjoy things a little quicker. Later on you will have a better idea of what you really need you reloading equipment to accomplish for you and can make more knowledgeable decisions when/if you decide to upgrade your equipment. And you will appreciate the upgraded equipment more as you will really understand what that new equipment brought to your reloading table.
Warning! Reloading is addictive.