I started on a Lee turret. The top broke and while waiting for replacement parts I bought the Lee challenger so I could keep loading. I ended up liking the challenger more for rifle.
One of the things that I did not realize when I started is that loading bottleneck cases is pretty much a multi-step process. After you deprime and size, there are things you could be doing to prepare the cases before charging with powder and seating a bullet. These include cleaning the primer pocket, removing military crimp (if you are loading mil cases), case trimming, chamfering the inside and outside of the neck, cleaning off the sizing lube, etc.
You don't absolutely have to do any of these, but if you choose to do even one, you pretty much don't need a turret press since you aren't going to be able to run it through in one shot.
I did like using the turret for pistol, like 9mm and 45acp. I ended up selling all my Lee presses and I have Dillon and Redding presses now, but I'm glad I started on the Lee