After many years absent from reloading it is time to get back into it. When I stopped reloading I was using a RCBS Jr. press with TC dies for 38/357 and 9s. All my stuff was sold maybe 15 years ago. I have a couple questions that would like some advice on: 1: What press would you get? RCBS, Lyman or Lee. I think that I would like a progressive press. (maybe a Dillion in the future) 2: I am thinking that I will start off loading 45 and 9s, what brand TC dies would you use. 3: When buying dies, would you get a 3 or 4 die set 4: Not on planning to reload any large caliber rifles so when choosing a press should I keep that in mind 5: Where is the best place to buy the reloading components? 6: I have read some hand guns can use small or large caliber primers. Is the primer the same size? 7: what reloading manual would you suggest starting out with 8: Backing the day I used to use Bulleye. Unique, 2700, Green and Blue Dot powder. If you were just reloading “target/practice” rounds, is there a single powder that I can use for 45 and 9s? Any other advice would be greatly appreciated. If you here a BIG boom for Savannah, you know I screwed up something.