OP- in addition to the other very good and constructive suggestions, here's my suggestions to get started
Rough set your dies, aside from the sizing die, you'll likely need to tweak the rest
Place a fired shell in your seating die station and seat a projectile slightly longer than recommended.
Chamber the round and remove, this will get you close to your OAL, you may need to fine tune your seating die to get the bullet to plunk/spin
After I have OAL dialed in, you'll need to set your expanding die to expand enough for the bullet to be seated without scraping, but not so much that the flared portion of the case contact the decapping/crimping die causing excessive brass particles.
Once you have these parameters set, load up the 10 or so samples per charge and work up your ladder. Keep in mind, you'll need to verify OAL for each bullet weight/shape.
Good luck and looking forward to seeing results this weekend!
BTW, I have the same chrono and use it frequently. I'm sure there are better ones or ones with more features, but that one gets the basics of the job done.