Just looking at that level of sabco system, unless I'm missing something, I'm not sure why you wouldn't just piece it together yourself. There is no automation in that level of their system that I can see. It's 3 keggles with fittings and presumably a false bottom, 3 floor burners, a march pump, some hose, and some TC fittings. The Pico system seems like it offers a chiller and a second pump as well. I could be missing a few components.
For what it's worth, you can order keggles predrilled with valves, thermometers, and sight glass at keggle brewing.com or do it yourself. Grab a few floor burners and a pump from just about anywhere else, and get the TC or whatever other kinds of fittings and hoses at bargainfittings, brewhardware, brewershardware, or wherever. You'll spend a ton less and have virtually the same setup.
I'd guess that you could do it for about $1,200 if you piece it together (that's assuming you buy the keggles retail).
For about the price Sabco is asking, you could have a professional welder build a very nice stand for you to your exact specs (in my case 2" box steel with pump and chiller mounts), buy yourself some nice shiny kettles with valves and thermometers (20 gallon bk and MLT, 15 gallon HLT) with the extra recirculation ports welded on professionally, add a pump with a switch, CCFC chiller, and burners (2 in my unautomated setup), quick disconnects, silicone hose, gas plumbing, casters, etc., and have something quite a bit more impressive that could accommodate much larger sizes (future proof) and be automated later if you so chose.
Message me and I'd be glad to give you the specifics on how I got to that number. But the bottom line is, if you can't weld, it's not as expensive as you might imagine to have someone build something for you.
Good luck with whatever you choose.