I had always seen reloading as something that was 1 out of my budget. and 2 would take to much time away from my wife in the precious 2 hours a day the kids are in bed and we aren't. until i saw a Lee hand press and 9mm die set. It seems a great way to cheaply de prime, size and re prime cases, while i can sit in the living room with my wife and pack it all away in a box when I'm done. and its under $50. SO i am starting my research on what I need to get started slowly buying. I know i need: The press, Dies for what i want to reload (9mm,.380,30-30, .243), consumables ( powder, bullets, lube, ect.), What I have: Lee improved powder dipper set, Small digital pocket scale, brass, shell holder. My Questions: Do i need to tumble or ultrasonically clean my brass? or is the few home made solutions with vinegar and dish soap clean enough? How clean is clean enough? spotless? no residue? How do i know what die sets will work? Are do i need full sizers or neck sizer? is annealing something i should even worry about? what kind of crimp tools should i have? How do you set your OAL on the presses? anything else you can recommend?