The local Bi-Mart carries the Hornady Lock-N-Load Classic and the RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme Master Kit. Both are about $300. The Hornady has a rebate for 500 bullets. Side-by-side, the LNLC (left) and the RCSMK (right) come with: Lock-N-Load Powder Measure | Uniflow Powder Measure Electronic Scale | 5-0-5 Mechanical Scale The 7th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading | Speer Reloading Manual Three Lock-N-Load Die Bushings | - (already have) | Case Lube Pad One Shot Case Lube | Case Lube-2 Primer Catcher | - Positive Priming System | - Hand-Held Priming Tool | Hand Priming Tool - | Case Neck Brushes Universal Reloading Block | Case Loading Block (funnel pictured) | Powder Funnel Chamfering and Deburring Tool | Debur tool (already have) | Hex Wrench Set Primer Turning Plate | (already have) 500 Bullet Rebate | - They're pretty close on accessories, so i guess it's a matter of the presses themselves. If you had to tool up from nothing, which would you get? I'll take advice on other models, too, but these are conveniently local.