Thanks for the answers.
As for your wine question. Kits are a great way to start since they come with everything you need, except for the equipment of course. Although some kits are better than others, they all use concentrated grape juice. They're not bad, it's just a lot better if you can get your hands on fresh grapes, or juice. IMHO, unconcentrated juice is a great way to go because the hard work is already done for you. On the other hand, if there is a vineyard nearby they may let you pick some grapes, or sell them in bulk. Crushing your own grapes by hand can be rather time-consuming, but if you have the time, starting from scratch this way will give you the best chance for producing an excellent wine. Just so know, one 5 gallon bucket packed full of grapes will make you about 1 gallon of wine, or 5 - 750ml bottles. For several years now I've been making wine from fruit I can harvest locally. One vineyard I've got grapes from has what's called a "Norton/Cynthiana" grape. It's become my favorite. But, I also make wine using apples from the local orchards. Blueberries make an awesome wine, as well as strawberries. So, you might want to try using fruit from your area. Of course, that is a seasonal thing. Having said all that, there's nothing like a finely aged wine made from grapes. You might have to figure out which one is going to tantalize your palate, but that's part of the fun.
On another note, chinaski may have a point about home insurance policies. A 5lb. pressure line is illegal in my state. Not sure about yours though. Anyway, that's why I'm planning on using a low-pressure system of 1/2 psi. This way I can tap into my existing 1/2" ID gas line. I've already installed a standard range hood with a 270 CFM rating. According to what I've read, this will keep everything within code. Unfortunately, I don't know if the low-pressure propane gas burner I ordered will work. Should be delivered tomorrow, so will test it out then. It's a 35,000 BTU burner and it is described as a low-pressure burner. The connections very much resemble a standard gas Bar-B-Que grill, which will run on 1/2 psi. So, I'm hopeful it will work. I'll keep you posted on that if you like.
Let me know if I can help in any way with your winemaking.