Pasbrewer, try the sound advice above of 90 min mash and 90 min boil. After lots of reading on this forum and elsewhere I find that it makes good sense and good beer. When it comes to the reasoning behind why you should do something, there is also a big spread of integrity. The article linked in post #13 above started out OK, but later it distorted some things and then says,
"According to emp- irical data, the optimum pH level for hop utilization is between 5.2."
Fingernails on the blackboard! What awful noise is the standard for evoking ARRRGH! today? (and now for a partial score; 2........) Todd is right when he says above, "...decide for yourself." When you have some brewing experience and can explain to others the reasons why you will change from 90 min mash and 90 min boil to something different, then is a good time to experiment. For now, 90/90 and the BIABacus will get you where you want to go. Trust this forum early, and later decide for yourself. Brew on.