Hi everyone. I'm still relatively new to brewing. I've done 7 all grain batches so far and have already learned a ton since I started. One thing I haven't even touched on though is water chemistry. I know to avoid the big no-no's like using chlorinated or distilled water. I've been using the gallon sized bottles of drinking water (the kind with the clear plastic that doesn't leach into the water). It's been brought to my attention from another thread on here that incorrect ph levels or water profile can lead to a thin watery mouthfeel in beer. While this hasn't been a huge problem for me, I have noticed that some of my beers have been on the thin side. I know that this could potentially not be a water chemistry issue, but I would like to learn about the topic anyway. My question to you guys is what is a good starting point for someone who knows nothing about water profile to start manipulating this aspect of brewing? Is bottled drinking water good enough? I'd like to stay away from expensive water treatment equipment although a carbon filter is one of the next things on my purchase list.