Originally Posted by JNye
... I would need to drill and valve my kettle, which i don't want to do.
It's not very hard to drill/add a valve to a kettle, and it makes the whole process easier. Once you do it, you'll wonder why you waited so long.
Here's how most of my brews go; after flame out I wait about 10 minutes (clean up time) then, using the valve and tubing, I rack the near-boiling wort into a 6.5 gallon win-pak, close it and the brew day is done. If you want to do a real wort starter, retain some of the hot wort in another vessel, such as a mason jar.
When I'm ready to pitch, I open the win-pak, add the yeast, close it back, roll it around a bit to oxygenate, replace the cap with tinfoil.... that's it.