I've been reloading--off and on--for about 25 years and I've discovered most of my preferences are different than what my friend likes. Have you decided what press you want. IMO you need to think long and hard about the type and style of press you choose; unless you've got the money to buy two. I've had a Pacific (now Hornady) single stage since the early 80's and it has served me well. I've considered upgrading to a turret style (Lyman) or progressive (Dillon, RCBS or Hornady), but I just can't justify the expense. Personally, I like to take my time and make consistently percise loads vs. cranking out 500 rounds in a session. Others will prefer the speed and quantity approach. Of course, there's no right or wrong answer, unless you buy a single stage press and want to produce 500 rounds an hour with it.
Of course my advice is to start out slowly with a new or good used single stage press, some "how-to" books and the stuff Paulo recommended; then read, learn and practice.
To me the most time consuming part of reloading is case prep, so last year I invested in the RCBS Trim Mate https://shop.rcbs.com/WebConnect/Ma...creenlabel=index&productId=3170&route=C11J037
It has become one of my favorite reloading tools--saves time and it's easy on my old hands.
Have fun choosing your gear, laying out your bench and learning your new hobby!