I'm dragging my feet on resuming brewing, but I've made some progress.
Need to finish cleaning the new (used) kegs that I bought. Finish repairing/refitting the MoreBeer Tippy-Dump that I bought used.
On the actual brewing side of things, my goal is to cask more. I've got an idea of using kegs as somewhat of bright tanks for storage, probably spund to a (very) low level of carbonation to keep oxidation at bay. Then when ready rack to cask, prime, settle, tap, spund, etc. I'll still primarily keg, but the hope is to have something on cask when the garage is cool enough to support that.
Definitely will only spund keg beers from here on out, right before I stopped brewing I bought some spunding valves so I've still got to try them.
As much as I want to start taking more steps towards low oxygen brewing, I don't know how much of that I'll get done this year. With my personal brewing focus being on historical British beers, and likewise a preference for historical German beer, I don't see myself spending the money to get there.
Once I start brewing and end up with stale beer that might change some, but we'll see.