I am new to reloading, but I have done alot of extensive research on accurate reloading processes. Several of my family members have agreed to pitch in on a fully loaded reloading bench. There will be enough to get a really nice setup. We want to develop extremely accurate loads (we all have custom rifles). If you could have any setup, what would it be: 1. what press? 2. which dies (assuming everything was widely available from every manufacturer) 3. case trimmer? 4. powder measure? 5. measuring scale? 6. priming tool? 7. outside/inside neck turner? 8. deberring tools/chamfer tools? 9. measuring tools (calipers,etc.) 10. anything else I have missed? I am looking at the Forster co-ax with ultra-seater and redding dies, but I have read that some redding competition dies won't work with the press (clearance issues). Does anyone know what the presses limitations are as far as caliber sizes?