Well, as usaual, after tons of research, I end up here on Hearth.com to get some feedback on kegerators! I figure out of all of you alcoholics, there has to be someone that can give some guidance... I'm looking to put my homebrew into kegs instead of bottling. There are tons of kegerators out there, but I can't seem to find good reviews/advice on them. I'm looking to put two cornelius kegs into a standard "dorm-sized" kegerator on a CO2 system. Most of the commercial units come with the tap, CO2 tank, hoses, regulator, etc, and if they fit standard 1/2 size keg, they'll fit 2 corny kegs. Anyhow, these things are outrageous in price - Danby, Sanyo, Haier, etc. all have them. Prices range from $500-$800. Way too much. Anyone have a good place to pick one of these up at a good price, like < $400? I hate Walmart, but they sell one there; unfortunately, it looks like garbage. Sears sells one, and it too looks like garbage. I've read bad reviews on Danby and Haier, and these are in the $500 - $800 range. As far as converting a full-sized fridge into one, energy consumption is is big deal to me, and aesthetics are also important since this will be in my house - not the garage. Converting a standard dorm fridge also poses problems, especially interior dimensions and cooling capacity. Any thoughts? Anyone else kegging their homebrw?