The brewing sculpture itself is a 2 tier with a pump. Mash tun is on top, with HLT and Kettle on bottom. The mash tun is a 70 quart coleman xtreme with an expanded metal false bottom. The nut holding the ball valve sticks up quite a bit, so I had to trim the screen a little bit to make room for it. I've never seen a sparge run this easy before. Some of that was probably because the Crankandstein does such a nice job of leaving the husks intact.
I plumbed the pump so that I could used quick connects to pump from any part of the brewery into another. So, the pump has female connectors, while all the other parts have male. The inlet of the pump is the short tube on top, while the outlet can be throttled by a ball valve. The location of the outlet also allows me to drain the pump so it doesn't freeze.
Gas for the burners is controlled by two ball valves. They're a little touchy, so I find it easier to use the regulator if I'm only using one burner, which is most of the time. The burners are 170,000 BTU units, and they get the wort boiling in no time.
My sparge manifold isn't shown in these pics - it was added the night before I brewed. I need to redo it with smaller holes, since the water just dribbles out instead of spraying.