Counterflow all the way.
I found 50' of 3/8" copper tubing at my local Lowes for about $25.
50' 5/8" garden hose was $10.
* put a $2 garden hose shut-off valve on the input of your CFC to save trips to the spigot.
My CFC is about 45' in length, and I used the other 5' to make a sparge arm.
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I'd also recommend the build your own method. My two experiences with brewtree were pathetic at best. 1) disgusting email banter with the ower / operator 2) I saw their counterflow chiller at my local HBS and I'm sure anyone that can sweat (solder) fittings can do a much better job. Build your own a...