I am looking to make the move to all grain soon, possibly my next brew day, using Denny's batch sparge method. My question pertains to style. Is there a style that tends to be more lenient when starting something new? I tend to brew without an assistant, and with something new going on, I know I will be slowly getting through the process and I read and re-read my notes, and recipe. Whatever I brew, it will likely be from an existing recipe, as I have not done any recipe formulations on my own yet. I am looking for a forgiving brew, as I have little time for experimentation, only getting to brew every 4-6 weeks roughly. I guess I'm not expecting perfection, but would like to keep it simple and easy to follow. I have not brewed any lagers yet, but was considering John Palmer's California Common. My equipment limitations are as follows, really just a a boil kettle that wont handle a huge batch: 7.5 gallons. I know i could start with a smaller batch such as 3-4 gallons, but again, need max volume of beer to get to next brew day. Any opinions and info would be greatly appreciated. I hope all can follow my ramblings here and help me out.