I have a chance to buy one of two Lee reloading presses and I just want one. Whichever one I don't want is already spoken for but I get first choice. One is a Lee pro 1000, and one is a Lee Classic Turret Press. The pro 1000 has 3 holes for dies. The Classic Turret has 4 holes. I notice that die sets come in threes, and am wondering what the 4th hole is for on the Classic? Do I need something extra to fill it? At Cabelas.com, the Classic with 4 holes costs about $30 more and will reload rifle ammo but the Pro 1000 will load only up to .223, or so it says. Please, what am I looking at here and which one do I want? I mostly want to load pistol and .223, but it would be nice but not necessary to load for my .270. From what I can see, the Pro 1000 feeds shells and primers automatically, and the Classic requires the shells to be inserted by hand and a button pushed for a primer. ??? Both outfits are ready to use, set up on a bench and are said to be complete. There are no dies - he sold all of them. Advice please? Thanks.