Any of those are great choices. The S type dies are bushing dies that can be more tailored to your particular firearm. I use S type bushing dies for everything we own. I'd recommend them, even for the first time reloader. They're easy after you understand the concept. They resize the neck to an exact specification to fit your individual needs. After the first loading you can remove the expander ball and get the neck tension you desire without overworking the brass by dragging an expander back through it. Get the "full length" bushing dies. Unless you're loading for more than one gun of the same caliber you don't really need the micrometer dies.
You can go to the Redding site and read about the differences as well as how to measure your loads for the proper bushing. Too much info for me to type in a post.
And unless you have one already, the Hornady OAL gauge is a great investment.
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