I currently average about 5 range trips a month and have been doing so since March of 2012. About 4/5 trips I shoot 9mm and the remaining time, I shoot 40 cal. Every time I shoot I go through approx. 250 rounds. I have a buddy that uses a Dylan 650 progressive and he swears by it. He spends a lot of time collecting brass for his reloads as well as tracking down supplies. He reloads primarily .45 and .308 and does so to achieve consistency in his rounds. The main reason that I would want to get into reloading would be to save money. We figured out that to get into a Dylan 650 with two kits for .40 and 9mm plus initial supplies would be around $1,200. Or I could just continue to buy my ammo (which is increasing in price) and have the simplicity of just going to the store and stocking up if and when I see deals. I like the idea of reloading, but I'm not sure about the hassle involved with setup, collecting supplies, and obsessing about picking up brass at the range. Any input on this would be appreciated and thanks for your time.