Save yourself the $100. I sanitize the required bottles, let them dry a little but you want the inside to still be wet on all surfaces(rinse with a little distilled water if you're worried about sanitizer). You can use ice to bring temp of sanitizer down so that bottles will be cool when you fill. Then I take my marvelous version of the beergun(a piece of sanitized tubing long enough to reach the bottom of the bottle) and jam it tightly into my picnic faucet. Turn regulator pressure way down and bleed pressure from keg. Add just enough pressure to push the beer out and use the assistance of gravity if possible. It's not quite as fast as the BG and I do get a slight amount of foam, but I bet I lose less than a beer or two per batch. I usually only bottle from the kegs for travel or gift purposes.Something I discovered when I started kegging.....Damn, I'm gonna need several more kegs. I'd rather have kegs sitting around without fridge space than have to bottle so many batches(except HG batches/belgians). What a waste of time in my ever shortening life.