I would recommend going to the RCBS website. There is some good general info there for people new to reloading. Also, I would pick up more that just one (Lyman) manual. There is some good info in the Nosler Manual. Read as much as you can to get a good working knowledge of the process and what each step is working to accomplish.
Also, I would recommend getting a Hornady Lock n Load headspace measurement kit along with a Hornady Bullet compararor. Also you will need a caliper. This will allow you to know the critical measurements of your brass and your loaded cartridges, rather than guessing. It is a good idea to know the measurement of your fired brass from the base to the datum line on the shoulder after firing. This measurement may grow between the first and second and third firing in your rifle.
Also, knowing how far your seated bullet is from making contact with the rifling is a very critical factor in optimizing accuracy for a given load. The bullet comparator is useful in this measurement.
The brass sizing that has worked for me is: I use the Redding Competition Shell Holders with a full length sizing die. These shell holders allow me to bump the shoulder back to allow .002-.003 headspace, on every piece of brass. This also helps with not overworking the brass. These shellholders have a higher rim on them so that you can run the ram up to make positive contact with the sizing die.