The advice given above to start with something simpler is really worth listening to.
In-case you missed it, the LaunchPAD kits you are looking at are graded with the following skill levels for building:Launch Pad Flying Model Rocket Kits #K060 Nike Ajax
- Skill Level 4Launch Pad Flying Model Rocket Kits #K012 Harpoon AGM-84A
- Skill Level 3I really like this one!!!
Launch Pad Flying Model Rocket Kits K014 Rapier SAM
- Skill Level 4Launch Pad Flying Model Rocket Kit K041 Exocet AM.39
- Skill Level 2
Estes Pro Series Argent 9703 or Partizon9702/
Model Rocket Kits are rated by Skill Level
If you are just starting in the hobby start at the beginner level and move up from there at your own pace.
With regard to the Estes Pro Series kits, I have a stack of these and yes these are a bit easier than the LaunchPAD kits, but I'd still rate them a Level 2 to 3 depending on the kit.
That's not to say that you shouldn't buy one of the above kits, just that it's not recommended to START with one.
I've got a soft-spot for the Exocet (tho I prefer the 38) and being a Level 2 kit, it would make a great next step from a beginner kit.
Buy the Exocet and build it while you're flying and gaining experience with the simpler stuff.
BTW, if you had bought a simple starter kit back when you first got replies to this thread, you'd be flying by now