Any good single stage press is all you need right now. You'll never outgrow it. Important are a good beam scale with check weights to calibrate a powder dispenser on a stand, case cleaning and preparation tools, a hand primer, caliper, micrometer, dies, finished cartridge gauges, and an impact bullet puller to dis-assemble stuff. Send for catalogs from Dillon, RCBS, Hornady, Lyman, and Lee for a lot of good information. Your most important purchase will be several reloading manuals with which to compare instructions and recipes.
I use several single stage presses, a Bonanza Co-ax, a lee hand press, and a basic Lee bench press. I use the 550B, but my highest production comes from a Lee progressive that feeds all components simultaneously. I've tried to picture some tools on my reloading page.
Gunthorp Reloading and Casting Tools
There's nothing more American than sitting by the fire, listening to Rush, while loading ammo.