Les Campbell , Aug 23, 2000; 06:10 p.m.
First, pick up a good book on darkroom processes (my favorite is The Essential Darkroom Book by Tom Grill and Mark Scanlon, published by Amphoto and available, I think, on amazon.com). This will give you a list of what you need -- tanks, reels, trays, safelight, etc.
Have you considered buying used equipment? You can definitely get a better enlarger/lens combo for the money this way; otherwise you're kind of stuck with the Beseler Printmaker kit (which isn't too bad; just pretty limited). Folks will often sell a whole darkroom setup as they find they don't use it much anymore; watch the classifieds of the nearest big city newspaper, or check out ebay. A friends of mine got a Beseler 67 dichroic enlarger, tanks, reels, color viewing filters, lens, negative carriers, etc., for about $275 via ebay. That's about half of what the enlarger alone costs new. Just make sure the person you buy it from has lots of positive feedback.
You might also want to take a photography course at your nearest community college, adult education program, etc. Even if you're already familiar with the darkroom, this will be a good refresher. You'll get a better idea of what you want/need, and the instructor should be a good source on where to look for equipment in your area.