Shooting is getting expensive for me and I'm really interested in learning to reload, both to save money and to customize my ammo. I have several questions and I apologize if you've all heard them before. 1. What literature is comprehensive enough to fully educate a beginner, yet not so dull I'll hate reading it? 2. I spent some time on the Dillion website and tried to get some info about the machines. Can I reload .32acp, .380acp, .38special, .357 magnum, .45acp, .454 casull, 44magnum, and 500 magnum on the same machine? 3. How many dies are typically included with the reloader? 4. I'll only reload .32acp and .38/.357 until I buy more guns. Will I really save money by reloading? 5. How difficult is it to get the components needed to produce bullets? Is reloading practical? 6. I think the Dillion RL 550B Reloader sounds like a machine I could use for nearly anything. Am I on the right track? Accommodates Over 120 Calibers I may have more questions later but those are the main ones for now. Sorry about the long list and thanks in advance for your help.