Hey, guys, I haven't started brewing yet, just saving my money and researching, but I have a few technical questions I need answered to point me in the right direction with regards to my gear. So, my plan is to extract brew for a few batches until I feel confident enough in my set up and sanitation to try extract with specialty grains. Once a I nail that, I plan to give all grain brewing a try. I'm hoping I can get from A to C in about a year. What I don't want to do now for my initial set up is buy anything that won't carry over through all three phases I'm trying to get through. I can't brew inside for a few reasons so I need to get some type of burner. My first question is this. Should I save to get a multiple burner set up? If I buy a single burner, will it sit unused once I make it to all grain brewing? I just think it would be more cost effective to buy a triple or double burner from go. That brings me to my next questions. Why do I see three burner set ups for all grain? This one has me confused. I see all grain set ups where water is heated and then put into plastic insulated mashtuns but I also see set ups with three pots apparently being heated for all grain set ups. I'm thinking i need two minimum for all grain. One to heat water for mashtun and one for sparge water. Once I lauter it, I can use one of the two for my boil. I know I'm totally overthinking this (it's my special trait, lol), but to keep the domestic peace at home, I need to have the least amount of "used it 5-6 times and now it gathers dust" in my garage as possible. Help me out, peeps! Thank you.