Well it wasn't today, actually 2 weeks ago, but I just got around to posting the pictures. First, here's my 10 gallon rubbermaid MLT.
Didn't feel like using a ball valve for whatever reason, so I used one of these valves instead.
Here's an exploded view of all the parts I used for the bulkhead. Over the one hour mash, it didn't drip a drop. I also used an o-ring (not in the picture) on the nipple to try to keep the wort out of the space between the two cooler walls.
The manifold I made. Thought I'd do something a little different with the shape, to try to get it as close to round as possible. Turns out I'm not very good at soldering copper pipe. I made it so that it comes apart in two places for cleaning.
And here's my first AG brew day, and first brew with my free turkey fryer. I made BierMuncher's centennial blonde. This will also be my first batch kegged.
Everything went very smooth, especially for my first all grain. I was right on with all my temps. The only problem was that I used too much sparge water, and had a couple gallons left in the MLT after I got my 6 gallons of wort. I used that and my leftover hops and did a mini batch on the stove. How would this have affected my efficiency? I don't have my numbers here in front of me, so I can't say what my OG was. Really glad I went all grain though, I enjoyed it.