I wish I could put you in touch with a guy I work with, he has gotten into this hobby in a big way. He is even buying his beans from suppliers somewhere in Latin America. He has started selling as well and has a website for retail. He does all of this out of his home. This is website http://www.royalbeans.com/. You might contact him and he may give you some advice. He is always yacking at work about it so I don't know.LOL
I like Burman Coffee Traders, family operation, great service, if you email a question you get an answer that day from the owners.
"Home Coffee Roasting, Romance and Revival" by Kenneth Davids is very good. "The Art and Craft of Coffee" by Kevin Sinnott is pretty good. I learned more from the first one. Burman's has both, guess Amazon etc. probably does also.
The Fresh Roast SR500 is what I started with. Simple and easy to learn on. Limited on batch size so if you drink a lot of coffee you might wear it out. The Behmor 1600Plus is very nice and with a 1# batch size capability you can get a weeks worth done fairly quick. I am glad I started with the SR500 though, the Behmor comes with pre-programmed profiles and such but it might still be intimidating to start on. Think a Single Stage Press and a Scale against a Dillon XL,,,,