A big Hello to Elliot from Chicago, Brian from Atlanta and Alfi0s (wherever you may be).
This is the place to apply whatever you bring to brewing and learn more. And if you are just beginning BIAB, read lots here and download the BIABacus
, then spend about a half hour with it. That will make your next brew day simpler. If you have questions, ask and someone will get an answer back to you.
Elliot - you already know what to do to avoid problems due to your winemaking experience. With the right size kettle and bag, you can focus on the brewing process without excess equipment and what that entails. You can keep it as simple as it can be, or add gizmos galore.
Brian - BIAB brew days will take less time overall and cleanup will be easier than with 3 vessels and its stuff. Fill out the BIABacus and if you have questions post it on the forum before you purchase ingredients.
Alfi0s - read lots, ask questions, visualize your steps before starting, keep good notes and you will get beer!