My wife bought me the rockchucker kit for christmas. My wife's awesome! I've wanted to get into reloading for long range shooting and hunting. My question is, which dies? I ran a search on here yesterday and read a variety of opinions, and a lot of information I know little about. I live in Utah, so I went to Sportsmans to ask Good Grouper. He wasn't in. Richard (I understand he's a long range shooter too) recomended the basic Redding dies. I asked a few questions about run out,neck sizing, and competition dies (From the posts I had read on here, I had Reddings competion neck sizing dies in mind). Richard thought I could do as well with the basic dies. The conflict, as usual, stems from the prices. I would love to buy dies for 25 bucks each. I don't, however want to spend money on something I'll outgrow quickly, or that won't do the things I want. Thanks for the help!