i'll get the pic to you. there are many debates between lee and dillon that you will encounter. the lee press is a good press, it is just more limited than say the dillon. but it is also around $600 cheaper when you calculate in the auto case feeder and the dies.
the dillon will get you 800 rounds per hour consistently. the lee, you have to be a bit more aware of the operation of the press and you will get 350 rounds every hour. i think the lee dies are the best that money can buy for quantity and they are about $20 cheaper than the rest.
also, you have the ability of adding an automatic casefeeder to the dillon that lee does not offer. however, i LOVE the casefeeder on the lee and the price is GREAT. all you do is dump the cases in the top and shake the tube back and forth a bit. i don't know how it works everytime, but it does. if dillon had an option that was an alternative to the $180 casefeeder, i'de jump on it.
bottom line, both are great presses, but the dillon is more versatile and will load primers perfectly all the time. the lee requires a bit more TLC but will get you where you want to go, just at 350-450 rounds per hour. never-the-less a GREAT first reloader.