Well I'm thinking of picking up a couterpressure bottle filler, and of course I've got a couple of questions first. I haven't bottled a brew since I moved to kegging a number of years ago. In the past I always found bottle conditioning to be hit or miss - some beers carbed great others, not so much. So does using the counterpressure filler take care of this problem? Since I'll be carbing in the keg, I should be able to bottle and cap it without losing the carbination, correct? Is this a worthwhile investment or just hype?