Whether you want a fridge or freezer depends on several factors to include, how much money you have to spend, how much DIY work you want to do, how much beer you realistically plan to have on tap at any given time.
Most of these questions are your personal preference. To help insulate upfront costs, it is often easier to get a system piece by piece that is upgradeable as you upscale your brewing.
I see you are in WA state. There is a wholesale seller on Ebay selling scatch and dent Haier kegerator units that are good to hold 3 cornealious kegs. He is fairly knowledgeable and helpful on these units. ( No affiliation other than I have dealt with him) You might give Ebay a peek to check out his units.
If you know you want 3 kegs on tap you will need 1 CO2 bottle, 3 kegs, 3 faucets, (Perlick recommended), and a distribution system for your CO that can deliver product to 3 keg/taps.
Google is your friend. Do a bit of research for vendors for these items.
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