Giving credit where credit is due, Lee does take pretty good care of its customers, at least, from what I read on other forums.
That said, their products are terrible.
Again, though, where credit is due, you can get a starter kit, add some dies and loading supplies and get started for relatively cheap out of pocket startup costs. See if you like it.
When I did that, I spent a small amount of money, read the book that came with the kit (a couple of times) and started loading.
I don't buy Lee any more, just RCBS. All of that Lee stuff I bought except for the dies came unglued at some level and had to be replaced. The only things I still have are the loading dies and I'm pretty sure I'm about to have to replace those. I'll see when I get back out there. I also have a VERY old Lee three-station turret press that I use. For some reason, it's holding up just fine.