OK, it's been a little over a year since I actually started this thread, but I've finally got my keezer more or less done.
These aren't the best pictures in the world, but I'm kind of excited about the fact that it's finally done, so these will have to do for now. I'll try to take some better pictures and post them here later.
A little info on the setup.
It's a 14.8 Frigidair chest freezer.
There is enough room for 8 kegs without making any sort of collar, but two more kegs could be added with a fat enough collar (I didn't bother with this.)
Even though there is enough room to easily fit 8 kegs, I decided on only spacing for 7 faucets. I currently only have 6 faucets, but there is already a hole drilled in the center for a 7th. The hole is covered with a brushed stainless steel plate. I plan to put in a stout faucet for the 7th.
The tile is slate. I was originally a little nervous about how easy it would be to cut, how damage prone it would be and how easy it would be to clean. It actually cuts pretty easily, you only need to go slightly slower with a tile saw than you would with ceramic tile. It is somewhat damage prone prior to cementing it in place, I did have to re-cut one tile that broke just before installation, and of the 16 tiles that I purchased, two were broken in the box and another two broke while working with them. After cementing them in place they seem very solid. After sealing the tiles, they are easy to clean. The beer doesn't soak into the tile at all and a quick wipe with a rag cleans up any drips.
The cement and grout that I used were both acrylic based so they have a little bit of flexibility.
The visible wood is mostly solid white oak except for the white oak faced plywood for the panels on the sides.
The coffin is insulated with closed cell foam insulation.
I finished the wood with Sparurithane because it is supposedly more water resistant and won't turn white if exposed to water for a long time. I was told that polyurithane will turn white if it has standing water left on it for long periods of time.
The drip tray is 36" long and does drain. I have a hose going to a bucket inside the freezer for the drain. I was originally planning on buying a different drip tray, but the day I decided to actually pull the trigger on buying it, this one went on clearance making it cheaper than the one I originally planned on buying. The drip tray is bowled so it should drain nicely, but the floor is at an angle where the keezer sits so it tends to collect at the left end of the drip tray.
Almost forgot one of the most important things, the current faucets are all Perlick 525SS stainless steal faucets.
Things I have yet to do:
buy beer gas setup and a stout faucet
buy/make some nice tap handles.
I also need to repair/replace one of my regulators. I had a dual regulator setup and one of the regulators failed, so I've removed it for now.