so if you are just starting out soldering the i would say go for a reasonably priced one.
it will probably give you years of good use and you won't find any reason to upgrade.
i honestly don't know if the $32 soldering station you linked to is any good though. in that price range i only have experience with stand alone soldering irons.
i used something like this for years: http://store.cs-sales.net/we30wa1280pr.html
also invest in a solder sucker and solder braid. when staring out you will end up desoldering mistakes as often as soldering.
also good quality solder. skimping on solder will only make things harder.
for any one who does a lot of soldering with a similar iron i would highly recommend investing in a digitally controlled soldering station.
your current $32 iron might seem like all you will ever need but trust me here.
while it's definitely not worth the money if you don't know yet how much you will use it, but a professional iron saves you a lot of time and effort if you solder a lot.
spend as much as you can bring your self to. (my current iron was E250 or there abouts.)
having controllable temperature and 30 second warm up time make soldering far less effort.
the time saved avoiding dry joints from incorrect soldering temperatures saves you loads of debugging time once you progress to more advanced circuitry.