Our current greywater system: a five gallon bucket and a watering can. There's also a dishpan sporadically involved. It's a slipshod effort, but it waters the few edibles we've got in the ground twice a day. It's not going to make a dent once we ramp up food production out there, and if you've ever tried to carry a five gallon bucket of water, you know it sloshes all over the place unless you slow your pace to a crawl. Even if we're just using the smaller watering can to drain the bath, it's easier to carry, but you're in and out of the house, dripping water on the floor: time consuming, not to mention work.
I want a real greywater system, pipes diverted directly out into the garden and all that, but it is proving a bit much to wrap my head around. In theory, I'd love to spend some time figuring it out and then we'd do it ourselves. I like design problems and the sense of accomplishment when you have created something with your own hands, but on the other hand, we're in a drought - I need to be conserving and recycling as much water as possible right now, not the months from now after I've bumbled around with library books, youtube videos, the wrong sized pipes, etc.
For now, I'm just researching and lugging buckets, but I'm feeling so impatient!