Another in the continuing series of questions I ask about reloading kit prior to buying some.
Looking at presses and I'm unsure between a single stage press with a single die and a turret press. As I understand it from reading books, each time you put in a die, it needs to be adjusted for correct placement, which involves tweaking with it. Alternatively you could use something like the locknload bushings so that once the die is correctly set, it's an easier change out. Alternatively, you use something like the Lee turret press and set the dies for each calibre up in their own turret which you can easily change out.
Are there advantages/disadvantages to each of these options? I don't plan to load lots of different calibres, only .308 for now but potentially .223 at some point in the future. The Lee Classic Turret seems to receive very favourable reviews compared to many other presses and seems very convenient for setup. The quick change bushings though mean similar setup convenience can be brought to a regular single stage press such as the classic cast press and they're about the same price. Just wondering what would be reasons for choosing one over the other.