I have a cheap/free lee classic turret that a buddy gave me for my plinking ammo, 9x19, .38spl, .45acp, .30 carbine, .223 when I’m not lazy and it’s not stupid cheap, etc. lately I bring a 6-pack to that same buddy’s house and crank out ammo on his Dillon wonder machine. The turret press just sits on the tool shelf.
For my precision ammo, .260rem and 6.5x55se, I run a Lee Classic Cast. I used to have a mid 90s RCBS Rockchucker, but my dad repo’ed it. Did a bunch of research and found for a single-stage the Lee was a very good and consistent unit for a nothing price. If you are looking at going with a stout single-stage, it’s hard to beat. Was looking at a rockchucker II, but my reloading shop owner, who ironically doesn’t sell Lee, said the new rockchuxkers are riding their namesake, the lee is a better built press with stronger material.