I was wondering if anybody has experience with electric "mash and boil" systems like the Grainfather or the far less pricey Anvil systems? The idea makes a ton of sense to me - better control over mash temperature, ability to do step mash either manually or automatically, everything in one vessel like BIAB without the bag. The main drawback I see is come up time for the strike water and the vigor of the boil with electric power. Strike water is easy enough - start up at bed time, ready to go by breakfast. Getting to the boil might be tougher getting that next 60-ish degrees. Anvil comes in two sizes (and Anvil is where I am leaning) - 6.5 and 10 gallon. The larger would obviously support full five gallon batches, but for me a five gallon batch a ridiculous amount of beer. I was thinking 2-3 gallons would be perfect. Then again, as my father would say you can't fit five pounds of shit in a two pound bag...I can brew smaller in the 10 gallon system, but it would be tough to brew bigger in the 6.5... Thoughts would be appreciated from anybody who has used, currently uses, or has researched these systems. Thanks!