I bought my metallic reloader about 1973 and reloaded for years but I quit when my shooting volume dropped dramaticly. I started back recently because I had so much stuff, long paid for and my need for pistol ammo rose.
I find reloading relaxing, the main reason I load everything with a single stage tool. My routine is to do batches thru the individual steps and when I get tired, I take a break. But I'm soon drawn back to it. Its just FUN!
I've loaded 9mils and they are a bit trickier. Now I load .38 and .45ACP in pistol, .270 and 7mm-08 in rifle. Matter of fact, I have 50 primed cases of .45 waiting on me in the shop now, primed up earlier today. I'll go out in a little while and in a few minutes, I will have another box of 45ACP range-ready.