Putting together a rough plan for a wooden stand for my gear (Robobrew single vessel system, sparge water heater and a grain mill). Any suggestions, thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated! So... I have opted for a bracket on the grain mill tier rather than upright supports, as to easily slide a bucket underneath to collect the crushed grain. 100mm cutout on the shelf to allow the grain to fall through, with the grain mill mounted nearer the front of the stand to allow clearance for the handle to rotate, or space to fit a drill. The grain mill is currently mounted on a board, so I'll just bolt the board to the tier shelf. On the Robobrew tier, I have opted for a 200mm cutout on the underside for ventilation purposes. The base of the Robo is 318mm; so I think the 200mm cutout will allow for plenty airflow. I want to keep everything central, but realise this will mean the addition of a small length of hose for transferring wort into the FV via the tap. Past experience has taught me that the Robobrew has to be sat right on the edge of whatever it's mounted on, so the wort coming out the tap can angle into the FV. I suppose I could always slide it forward each time and forget about the hose. Sparge heater tier, not much to say really. I'll be filling a measuring jug from the sparge heater tap, so I still know how much I'm pouring in. Height here is almost irrelevant as I'm not using fancy sparge arm or the like. Will fit some hooks to the underside of the sparge heater tier to hang the immersion chiller. There's also a shelf on the same tier to maybe hold buckets, FV's, jugs, etc. I plan to hook my fishing scales to the underside of the sparge heater tier also. There will be enough clearance there to hang a bucket on the scales for measuring my grain before crushing. Will chap a nail into one of the front uprights to hang the mash paddle from. Will likely mount a metal clad double gang socket on the rear somewhere, for plugging in the Robo and sparge heater. Anything you guys would add, change or anything you think isn't required? Cheers!