recently bought the all electric brewboss setup, which is a full boil BIAB setup (okay, technically it has a grain basket but it's the same thing). in order to clear the heating element on the bottom of the kettle, the basket has approx. 3" legs to raise it over the coil. this means that especially with bigger beers, the water level is not high enough to completely cover my grain bed - a lot of times an inch or two of grain is completely above the water line. so I get efficiencies of like 40% . the only thing that I can think of to raise the water/grain ratio is to do ridiculously long boils - my boil off is only 1/2 gallon per hour so we would be talking like 4 hours or so. any other ideas from anyone? thanx in advance.