INO, the only junk you'll get is at Harbor Freight.
I don't really want to open a can of worms but if you are ultimately planning on F Class competiton, you might as well start out with the proper dies as far as concentricity is concerned and that isn't RCBS or Hornady or Lee. It's Redding bushing dies but you need the brass and bullets on hand to ascertain the proper neck tension to order the correct bushings.
Not all dies sets are created equal and not all die sets have the expander ball in concentric alignment with the sizing bore. I'd get the standard die sets and then get bushing dies after you get your feet wet. You can always sell the standard dies. Flea Bay has 'em everyday. So does the buy-sell section of this forum.
We all have personal preferences, in my case I like the Redding FL and NS dies but I like the RCBS Competition front load bullet seater so I buy my die sets piecemeal. I also like the Lee collet crimpers and I crimp all my rounds that I use in magazine fed rifles.... Thats just me.
Finally, everyone says the spray can lube is crap but I've never stuck a case using the Hornady One-Shot with a zip lock bag and 50 brass or so. Spray and shake works for me.
Some may agree and some not but what works for me, might not work for you.
Thats why those little holes are in your receiver................