I'd look for one of those RCBS Rockchucker kits, they come with almost all the goodies you'll need, and at a reasonable price. They hold value, last several lifetimes, and have an unimpeachable warranty. Lee has a kit, too, but it's not the quality that RCBS is, and their warranty sucks. With the RCBS kit, all you'll need are dies and a shellholder, plus components, of course. You may want to add a few accessories for more convenience later, but there'll be all kinds of time for that, since the 'Chucker will last forever.
I just read a post over on the .204 board where a guy in Australia broke his Lee press, and is getting it welded up. Imagine the headaches of getting warranty work done, in his case! He recommends the RCBS, for some reason!
I use a Rockchucker, myself, and have a Dillon 550B for pistols and volumne loading, it makes the work pretty easy when you have good tools.