We had dinner with my parents last night and they generously offered to replace our electric stove (original to our late '60s era ranch) with a new one for Christmas. We agreed that if we went with a gas model that we would shoulder the cost of the tank, regulator, plumbing, etc...and they would cover the stove. Now I'm just trying to figure out what I need. Right now the stove will be the only thing running on propane. We still have an electric DWH, electric dryer, and the furnace is oil. When the electric DHW finally dies I'll probably want to go propane on that as well, and down the road maybe the dryer, so should I buy a regulator that can handle all of that stuff later on or should I just get one that will handle the stove for now? I'm going with a 100lb tank because from what I've seen it should be more than adequate for a single oven. I've seen posts on different sites where folks have gotten anywhere from 18 months to two years out of a 100lb tank. I'm going to purchase a tank because a friend works for an industrial supply company and can get me one at cost-they don't sell regulators though. Anyway, if someone could point me in the direction of a good regulator that would be great. I pretty much know everything else that's required.