Brewtopalonian, I had made a couple of attempts to go all in on low oxygen. Since I already had pretty solid side hot side practices and my cold side locked down tight, most of the adjustments were hardly intrusive: adding antioxidants to my water treatment regime, adding mash, lauter and HLT caps. In my sleep. The PITA that held me back was deoxygenating the liquor in the first place. Boiling and cooling was just impractical in my system and on my brew day schedule. But there's the yeast scavenging method detailed on the LOB site. I'd always balked at it because I was sure it would contribute some objectionable flavor. Well I finally tried it. Easy as can be, works perfectly, no flavors added... even if it did, it would be one of those cases the benefits far outweigh. With one simple technique, it's now been possible for me, with a pretty old school setup on the hot side, to implement a low oxygen brewhouse. It might be something you want to consider too. Anyway, good luck.