I noticed several folks recommend using PEX for plumbing, I though I would post pictures of my assembly. As a DIY have used Wirsbo Aquapex tubing and fittings for several years, sometimes call Propex. There are other pex methods this method uses a PEX ring over the tubing to add clamping strength an expansion tool stretches the end so the fitting can be slipped on. Other methods use a crimping ring, which you likely have from the factory plumbing job. Shark-bite is the newest idea, I prefer a good strong crimp to the slip fit shark-bite.
Here are three pictures, locations: under the rear bed water heater, bypass circuit and city input water (I moved the city input water from the rear frame to next to the water heater).
Next location is under the bathroom sink, three pex lines run under the floor to this location, 3/4" PEX runs from the pump to the Water Heater, then multi port manifolds provide 4 cold water lines and 2 hot water lines. There is an extra port for a bladder tank. Note all fixture will have an angle stop valve.
The last location is the kitchen sink, water pump. The pump can be serviced from under the kitchen sink, previous location was in the closet. The heater lines are temporarily moved. A third 1/2" line that traverses the floor has been added to support future changes; one idea is to add a Hot Water circulation pump, to save on water usage. I see the cleaning crew wants to move in so I got to remove my tools and help clean up.