greetings! new to BF, so perhaps there's something (many things? ) that i'm missing about the working paradigm... once i've formulated a recipe, let's imagine I want to Brew It! haha... so i hit the "Brew!" thingy. that, of course, gets me to a Brew Session, including the Brew Calculator... that's where my puzzlement occurs: it seems the methodology is, "calculate a step and see the details (via the "update" button), then execute that step, logging it in real time (via the "add..." button)". however, often we need to know the details of all the steps ahead of time, because i.e. we need start water heating to a certain temperature a few steps before it's needed, in order for it to be ready in time. yes, of course, things often need adjustment along the way, but a detailed procedure is needed ahead of time so we can have things ready in a timely manner. so, am I missing something? how do folks keep all their "ducks in a row" on brewday using BF? perhaps a few examples of top-to-bottom procedures, detailing what tools are used when, might help us newbies!? thanks, in advance, for all your collective wisdom! cheers! .pltk.