So I'm hoping to get into reloading with my tax return this year (provided it is large enough to still allow some emergency savings). My dad has reloaded in the past but no longer has his equipment. I helped a few times but that was ages ago (12+ years). I just want to be sure I've planned for all the tools I will need. As a side note(s): I do not plan to be buying a tumbler at this time because I don't care if my brass is shiny and polished. Mostly, that's because I only want to load target loads at first to learn and I don't plan to let the insides get crusty. Now, as I start collecting old brass laying around on the range and start doing hunting/defense loads, that is when I will buy one. I have guns in 270 (one bolt-action, one semi-auto), 7.62x39, .223, and .380auto, and hopefully soon, 30-06 (preference is bolt-action). A good friend has 357mag, 45ACP, and 7.62x54R. So, my plans (you'll note all RCBS, that is due to their current rebate and my ability to split up the purchase with above friend getting multiple rebates) - some unnecessary things to meet price needs for rebate Rock Chucker Supreme Kit Shell Trimmer Pro kit Dies for .223, 270, 357mag/38special, 380auto, 45auto, 7.63x39, 7.62x54 Shell holders #3,6,10,13,32 Primer pocket brush set additional Trim Pro shell holders #6,13,32 Powder Trickler Large Neck Brush Case trimmer .37 pilot Stuck case remover Additional reloading tray Pow'r Pull Impact Bullet Puller Check weight set Die Maintenance kit Uniflow Powder Measure Powder Baffle additional primer tray additional case lube I AM still researching powders. I want to start with a (couple) good all-around powders that will work for all my calibers for target rounds, and as I learn more I want to start using different powders for hunting/defense rounds. Any good suggestions along those lines are highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.