Wine starter kit: Free, gift from folks
5 gallon SS stockpot: Free, gift from company
30' cu immersion chiller: About $50 from lhbs
Two buckets w/ airlock & bung: About $20, lhbs
Carboys, 2x6.5, 1x5, 1x3, 2x1, plus caps, airlocks, tubes: About $80, lhbs
Old single door fridge for kegerator: $35 on craigslist
Second fridge for fermenting/lagering: Free on craigslist
Turkey frier setups with burner and 7.5 G pot: $15 each at Walmart, $30
Larger 60 quart aluminum boil kettle: $60 on ebay
Steel stand for said kettle and burner: Free, liberated from work
Mash tun 50qt cube cooler: Free, gift from family
Lautering manifold for cooler: About $15 worth of copper, home depot
Various valves, screens, plumbing hardware: $85, here and there
Digital probe thermometer from science supply: About $30
5lb co2 tank, full: $60 at lhbs
Propane tank, full: About $50 at home depot, second older one free.
Gas manifold, 4 port: $35 on ebay
Taps, shanks, handles, lines, disconnects: $40 each set, $120
Kick ass paint job on kegerator fridge: Gift from sister
Co2 regulator: $40 on ebay
Ball lock cornies: 4 for $80 on ebay, 4 for a gift, 7 more for $140 locally
Temp controller for fridge: Free from uncle who used to brew
Books: Got them all as gifts
Racking, filtering, measuring equipment: Probably about $75, I break racking canes and hydrometers quite a bit.
Various tools, lumber, hardware, etc: Probably $25 or so, most of it was free.
I figure I'm into it for about a grand without consumables or ingredients, but that's honestly not all that bad for a hobby I've been doing for years. Many of my other hobbies (bikes, cars, computers) have set me back more than that in the initial investment alone. I'm still pretty miserly about buying new brew stuff though, and I do like to support the lhbs when I can.