nice kit ! Never herd anything bad about RCBS except price lol Hornaday has a nice kit in that price range you might want to take a look at too.
I went with a lee due to cost and a few other reasons.
$250 for a 5 stage progressive press set up with dies for .223 or whatever cal is pretty cheap but good quality.
Lee sells replacement parts for every part/nut/bolt on all of their presses. I really like that and they do NOT get crazy prices for replacement parts.
progressive press can really turn out some rounds quick and accurate or you can use them like a single stage and do really accurate "hand/match" loads.
You will find you do need/want
more then comes in any "basic" kit. Rifle can get way more crazy then handgun. I think I invested around $600 for the press and other "toys" plus the here and there stuff but have saved well more then that in the first few months. Its not so much the amount of ammo as the quality of ammo that saves money. I loaded over $600 worth of ammo with $150 in supplies on my FIRST good "run" and didnt know it.
300 XTP 9mm lead $45, 300 .45acp XTP lead $55, bullseye powder $20 600 primers $25
Take a friend (FED/L.E.O) to "our range" with said 600 rounds and shoot. He tries to give me money and we argue over it and the cost of ammo. He gets mad goes to his truck grabs a box of ammo and pulls a bullet out and says " Hornaday XTP right? " and shows me the box of 20 cost like $20