in previous posts i showed the insulated PVC that i made to run the beer lines through and the hinged back door to access it. it looked good on paper and in theory, but was impossible in practice. the hinged door is useless because there isnt enough room inside the coffin to do anything. once that PVC monster is in there, its not going anywhere. it gave me all kinds of trouble when i was trying to get the taps lined up, in the holes, the bolts tightened, and the beer lines attached. after 30 frustrating minutes i decided to ditch the PVC. now the back door serves it purpose and i can easily access the back of the taps if i need to. i folded up some of the insulation and lined the walls of the coffin with it. my coffin is very small, so i figured this would be just as good as using the PVC. i have a muffin fan that i am going to put in to circulate the air, so i think i'll be fine. i'm open to suggestions if anyone see any holes in my theory. i would show a pic, but i forgot to take one while i was in there and i dont want to get back in. now you know.