ZBrew and Lushy, welcome - both of you - to this forum!
ZBrew - glad to hear, that when brewing extract beers, that you put your best efforts into it and made some fine brews. That is important! When you put the same effort into whole grain, where you create the wort from your mash - it is easier to make even better beer. And for the home brewer, going BIAB makes all the sense in the world (less equipment to clean, less equipment to purchase, more efficient brewing process, and just as good of beer as conventional 3-vessel process).
Lushy - good job! I don't know Ontario Beer Kegs but the size you ordered is good. I would have suggested 15-16 gallons for recommended brew kettle if asked. And MashedIn.beer is where I get my brew bags from. Think they are from Nova Scotia too, aren't they? I have bought a couple deluxe bags along with coasters from Becky at MashedIn.beer. Great products and great customer service from Becky!
The BIABacus - an Excel based file is a great tool for guiding your brew day, along with successfully copying recipes. And I would also print out the CBT - Clear Brewing Terminology page. Many other great, very helpful posts in here in the New Members section too, that will help explain things beer brewers will want to know.
BIABacus file: http://www.biabrewer.info/viewtopic.php ... d4b1810b7b
CBT - Clear Brewing Terminology: http://www.biabrewer.info/viewtopic.php ... d4b1810b7b
BIAB for New Members Section: http://www.biabrewer.info/viewforum.php ... d4b1810b7b
Well anyhow, great to have you both onboard. Let us know how it goes, any questions, etc.