I've been wanting to acquire or build a kegorator for a number of years, but recently my interest has peaked again and I'm going to proceed fairly soon. Does anyone in the HTF land have any experience with this? What I really want is something that I can have a minimum of two taps on. One for a quarter-barrel of mass-produced beer as well as room for a smaller keg of some tasty micro-brewery product. If possible, I would like to have room for even more. It looks like my best option is to convert a chest freezer into a multi-tap system like the link below. It looks like a pretty class system, but the price is more than what I originally planned on spending. It looks like I'll spend about $350 plus the freezer to get two-taps going, but depending on the size of the freezer, I'll have room to expand. http://www.west-point.org/users/usma.../kegerator.htm I've also seen similar setups where they mounted towers on the top of the door, but that requires drilling through the freezer itself, while the link that I included only requires the door to be removed and screwed to an piece of wood. This solution allows the freezer to be returned to it's original use. Any thoughts out there?