After running thru a non-kickstart graphical install (mostly package selection customization) I decided to use the resulting anaconda-ks.cfg as the basis for a kickstart install of similarly-configured systems.
Based on the documentation, the ks "interactive" and "graphical" commands seemed like just the ticket. Run thru the install just like non-kickstart but pre-polulate the various "answers" with values I'd used for my template system.
First problem, the kickstart install can't find the yum repository. I think the ks.cfg line at fault is:
repo --name="Red Hat Enterprise Linux" --baseurl=cdrom:sr0 --cost=100