Some great set-ups there.
I mostly go manual. I have a Hario V60 and Skerton grinder, and a cheap baking scale.
I also have an AeroPress (not pictured), which I mostly use for travel or the office nowadays. It goes to conferences with me. (Pro tip: if you bring good coffee and an AeroPress to a conference, everyone wants to be your friend.)
Thinking of getting an automatic grinder, but I want one that is (a) very good and (b) fits in my kitchen cupboard. So far I haven’t found one.
I agree with @bernhard that the beans are the most important part of any coffee. I have a subscription to The Barn, which accounts for about 60–80% of the coffee I drink, and I order randomly for the rest. Right now I have a lot of beans from Caravan, in London. I think I’m going to order some from a Zürich place next.