One word of advice...go BIG. You will be surprised at how fast you will out grow a 8 gal pot. Minimum 10gal will serve you much better for a little more $ upfront but full boils and less hassels with boil overs makes it so worth it.
I like my banjo burner with low pressure gas verses the standard small high pressure burner, but not huge deal for starting your kit.
That looked really appealing until I couldn't find any buzz about it anywhere. It makes me nervous that I could only find one review of the thing. Apparently there's an automatic shut-off regulator on the valve that needs to be pressed every 15 minutes or the flame will cut off. That sounds a little annoying...
I have heard good things about the "Bayou Classic" stuff though.
I've heard nothing but bad about the auto-shut off, annoying would be mild to say the least.
Bayou classic burner is a good standard product.
Here's a decent set up from Northern Brewer( my go to source when not shopping local), for under $200 this would work well. I'd recommend the Ball-valve option if you can swing a bit more and the Built in thermometer is great to have but you didn't mention price range so I don't know how high you're willing to go.
Don't go without a chiller IC will do fine . Ice is a true pain and costly these days. Coil some copper tubing use zip ties to hols shape attach hose the best $35-40 bucks you will spend. My first dedicated pot was a keg with the top cut off (keggle). Ebay has them now and then for under $50 just cut the top you will spend MUCH more a pot that you will outgrow in a year. AS for a burner get one with a sturdy base and the more BTU the faster. I added a 110v heat stick/GFI to save on propane and heat up WAY faster. My outside startup funds were $300.
$49 for turkey fryer at Home Cheapo (came with alum pot)
$79 For Trubrew starter kit
$60 for 2 15g kegs ( cut top off one)
$35 for copper chiller also Home Depot
$77 on first batch and misc doodadds that i thought i needed
Campchef makes the best burner out there