Lee Anniversary Single Stage kit. Price $79.99 at Sportsman's Warehouse This is my first foray into reloading and I have to say, it's a great way to get into the hobby. Pros: Good smooth press, hand-priming tool, scale, powder measure, funnel, hand-primer shell holders for common calibers, misc. smaller tools, case lube are all included. Good kit for the money. Things you need to buy extra: Shell holders for the press, dies, shell tray, powder trickler, bullet puller, hand-primer shell holders if your case isn't "common", calipers. Cons: The kit doesn't include any of the above. Granted, shell holders and dies are caliber specific, but the bullet puller, powder trickler, and shell tray should be included. The scale is sticky, but a very soft tap gets it going. The powder measure is finicky. I can't get it to throw a consistent charge. I bought RCBS dies and shell holder. RCBS obviously makes some good shit. If I had more $$ to spend, I would have gotten the Rock Chucker kit. Final verdict: Great way to get into reloading. Just pick up a trickler, a shell tray, a good caliper, and a bullet puller and you're ready to go. For what it's worth, I'm reloading 7.62x54R using IMR 4064 powder, CCI large rifle primers, Hornady 123gr SP bullets with a mix of Winchester and Serbian brass. At this point, I'm loading 45gr of powder.