For years I used a couple of Lee hand presses, but Santa brought me a Redding T-7 a couple of years ago. He musta heard me cursing every time I full-length resized a case with the hand press! The Redding is pretty much built like a tank and you can set up for 2 or 3 calibers at a time with its turret.
Now the bad news. You will not save money by loading your own ammo, unless you shoot a lot. If you shoot more than 250 rds per month,then handloading will pay for itself in a few years. you can spend $500.00 on a complete but basic setup. It is easy to spend $1000.00 or more on progressive presses and digtal powder messures, and many other items can get spendy fast. Handloading is a great way to specialize ammo to a special weapon or purpose but not to save money. Dillon, RCBS, redding and forester in my opinion are the best also the most $$$. Midwayusa has the best service and pretty good prices. Just my opinion.