I have three loading benches set up. One for precision rifle, one for shotgun and one for pistol. I don't like auto indexing progressive presses, but with some 25 shotguns, I do full size my shotgun loads, so I have 5 MEC Grabbers in 12,16,20,28 and .410.
For rifle I have a combination of things. Foster Coaxial Press, K&M Arbor and a Harrells "C". All my dies for bench rest are Custom Whidden, cut for my chamber / reamers and for my non-bench rest rifles, Whidden stock die sets. Also have the normal complement of support stuff. Wilson Micrometer Trimmer, K&M Neck Turners, Lyman Case Prep Machine, Concentricity gauge, inside and outside micrometers etc. Baring Surface Gauge, Hand Micrometer Priming Tool, Old fashion large Thumbler's Tumbler for brass pistol brass and commercial ultrasonic for bench rest brass. Annealing Machine (I think this winter I will upgrade to a Giraurd flameless induction Annealer) Plus all the bits and pieces for primer pockets, powder weighing and throwing, neck size bushings etc.
For pistol, I have a conventional turret press for calibers I don't shoot often and mainly use Lee Carbide 4 Die sets as Mayor does. But, for my Bullseye Pistols I use Star Presses and have been since the 70s. I have one in .38 WC, one in .32 S&W Long Wad Cutter and one in .45 Semi-Wad Cutter.
Once the winter weather really sets in, I will be restocking my ammo for the upcoming outdoor season.
And, although I do not reload rim fire, I do sort ammo by weight, concentricity and rim thickness, not in that order.