Personally, I don't think it is worth spending vast amounts of money to buy a "Starter Kit" - It would invariably contain assorted odds'n'sods that you would never use, and the remainder could be acquired elsewhere for much less.
You don't say if you have a darkroom, so a minimal kit would consist of:
Smallish changing bag.
Daylight tank & reel.
A 1 litre bottle to store stock developer.
Two or three 0.5 or 1 litre bottles for working solution.
A large graduated measuring cylinder (0.5l).
A small graduated cylinder (100-150ml).
A couple of plastic jugs.
Stop Clock - Not essential, but handy to have.
For chemicals, something easy to use such as ID11 and RapidFix - If you were to use a liquid developer, then a small syringe would need to be added to the equipment list.
A wetting agent is not essential, but even a small bottle will last a lifetime.
Have you seen the videos from Mr Brunner ?