Originally Posted by dmbshen41
My question is, what other equipment will I need to start all grain brewing and how much will cost me
It depends. If you do Brew-In-A-Bag and have your LHBS mill your grains for you, then you likely already have everything you need. If you want to go completely all-grain, then you'll need to obtain/construct a mash tun. This can be done fairly cheaply (< $100). If you really want to maximize your savings, you'll need to buy your grains in bulk and mill them yourself. This has a little more startup cost (you'll need an airtight storage system for large amounts of grain, plus a decent grainmill), but will go a long way in reducing your cost per batch. If your stove can't boil a full batch, you'll need an outdoor burner and some propane.
If you want to get into using better (read: liquid) yeasts, then you'll eventually need a way to do yeast starters (Erlenmeyer flask?), and possibly a stir plate and stir bar. If you want to reduce your costs still further, you can look into washing and re-using your yeast, which has minimal extra cost (just a couple jars and some fridge space).
To save money on hops, you can again buy in bulk. However, you'd need a way to keep them fresh, so you'd likely need a food-grade vacuum sealing system.
If you want to control your fermentation temperatures, then you'll need a little freezer/fridge and temperature controller.
It really all depends on how far you want to take this. I went from 0 to kegging all-grain batches over the span of about 2 months, and I've spent close to $2,000 so far.