Welcome to our addiction. As you can see there are a multitude of options. All the advice above is valid if not somewhat confusing for a newbie. I started with a single stage Pacific 007 about 38 years ago. That press served me very well for many years. I ran onto a RCBS Rockchucker and swapped, the green machine is heavier and a bit easier to use due to geometry than the old Pacific and it still gets a lot of use. However, nowadays 95% of my ammo comes off my Dillon RL550B. But progress is expensive so your budget should be a big part of your decision process. I suggest reading the stickies at the top of this reloading forum and maybe buying the ABCs of Reloading and Lyman's 50th. Both are invaluable resources as you learn. As far as equipment goes, my strong recommendation is to start with a kit that includes a scale, a powder measure and the basic case prep tools. All the manufacturers offer these and you can build your toolkit later based on your needs. You will also need a good caliper, this is an essential. Good luck, ask questions, don't use load data from unknown sources, take your time and be safe.