So this guy on here had a Lee pro 1000 press for a great deal. came with several different die sets, had several other options and the price was more than fair. I went and checked out and was ready to throw down the cash for it. He seemed less than excited about selling it to me though, he kept saying its not for a novice and I should probably start out on a single stage. He repeatedly said it, so by the end of it I guess I agreed and walked away empty handed but now hours later I question my decision. Im intelligent and am good with tools and my hands. Theres a ton of info on the net, Ive been researching what i need and the process for a while now. Thing is I shoot about 300-500 rounds of 9mm a week and the expense is killing me. Seems like a single stage might be great for learning on but will be quickly outgrown as I need to output a large number of rounds. Any thoughts or was it divine intervention so I would get a dillon or hornady progressive instead?