If I may make one more noise on equipment, sir. If I were you I would go with the 1050 immediately, do not go 650 and then decide to move up to 1050. The reasoning behind this is that you will invariably collect range brass and you will find that some of it has crimped primer pockets. The 650 will knock out the old crimped primer, no issues with that. However, you still need to swage the primer pocket (or waste primers) and the 650 is not designed to do that as part of it's reloading cycle. People will tell you about a couple of widgets on eb@y made by people who purport that their widgets will swage the primer pocket. In my experience they DO NOT, each one cost me around $100 and they both sit in a box unused, effectively expensive scrap metal. Then I bought Dillons super swage 600, yes that does work but, it is a long and laborious procedure picking up each case, fitting it, swaging it and moving on. The 1050 swages as part of the reloading cycle, job done, no messing. I have a friend who has a 1050 set up for only 9mm, like us he shoots, a lot, he dedicates one sunday after noon a month to knocking out around 3000 - 4000 rounds of 9mm. I also have a friend in europe who has a 650 for 9mm and another for .45ACP, there is not the prospect of collecting cases with crimped primer pockets on many civilian ranges in euro-land though. Bottom line: If you can afford it then go for the 1050. All the powder maker's have their reloading guides online nowadays so if you [safely] work within their tolerances for loads then it will not take you long to come up with some standard loads of your own. Getting once fired brass is no problem, picking it up as and when on the range I have around 4 x 5 gallon buckets full of 9mm and 5.56mm cases. Bullets I buy from Evergl@des ammo 4000 at a time, primers I buy 20,000 at a time, powder, I could tell you but, the Fed's would have a heart attack....I sort of grab a can as I am passing the display(and it just sort of built up), or pick up bargains (in bulk) when I spot them. Bulk and bargains is the only way to go. Good luck!