Hello all! Love this forum as it has provided me with a lot of insight regarding handloading. I have read all the forum threads regarding getting started into reloading; however, I have become a little confused on what route to take. I'll try to provide a general overview of what I am looking for in handloading: -I mainly shoot .45, around 100-150 rounds a week. -I also shoot .308 and 9mm as well but only around 50 rounds a month for the .308 and 100 rounds a month for the 9mm -I am not wanting a high production type press. One that produces 200 rounds a week would be awesome as I would like to take my time with the reloading process. -I am planning on picking up a manual or two and reading them before starting this endeavor. -I am considering the Lee classic turret reloading kit or the Lee anniversary reloading kit to begin with. My main confusion stems from the fact that I see a lot of people recommending a single stage press for low production and rifle cartridges but I also see a lot of votes for a turret type press for handgun reloading. Which would be best for my situation? I would not mind paying the extra money for the turret style press but I also want to make sure that I will be able to reload .308 rounds as well. I thank everyone in advance for their help as I am sure that everyone here is very knowledgeable on this topic!