I’ve been reloading for better than 30 years. My main go to is a Lee Turret press with the auto advance bits removed for volume ammo of any flavor simply due to the ease of swapping dies since I reload for about 20 different cartridges. I have a Dillon 650 sitting on the floor in the corner primarily because of the difficulty of set up (and cost) and the inability to do things in stages. For precision rifle I have a Redding Big Boss II.
I like to be able to do each step of the reloading process in “stages” and I uses the “right can” “left can” method in that I have an ammo can on either side and preform what ever task by taking a piece of brass from the left can and work it then toss it in the right can. Be it resize/deprime, prime, powder and seat. I learned this method back in the late 80’s when we would have “reloading parties” and make literally thousands of rounds in a weekend. Any one could sit down at any stage and pick up where the other had left off and if we had to stop just close the lid.
On pistol and other “bulk ammo” I gave up on the micro precision due to the vagaries of brass and use a powder and a volume that puts me dead square in the functional range. I doubt any of us are going to be able to tell the difference in a round that is doing 1125 fps vs one doing 1175 fps in a pistol. On precision rifle rounds my ES’s and SD’s are normally in single digits to low 10’s and rarely break 20’s.
I don’t think I can even begin to calculate the $$$$ saved in reloading vs buying ammo. Needless to say I have been making “free” ammo for a good many years.