I've never done a lager, but I know the temps range, its between 50 and 56 if I recall correctly, but every lager yeast has an optimal range that's somewhere in there. I.e. one yeast strain may say "54-56" and another "50-52". I think also, if I've read correctly, most lagers need a warm up to 72ish for a diacetyl rest, (is that right? Please correct me if I'm wrong) after primary fermentation is done for a few days, and then a "cold crash" down to about 32 for a while to really clear out the lager... (week or two I think) This is what I remember reading, because I'm curious about lagering too, but haven't taken the dip yet. There are tons of people here that have, and hopefully they'll either agree w/ me, or correct me and tell me I'm smoking something funny :P
Fermenting/Kegged/Bottled NONE :( I moved to the NW and haven't had time to setup my brew rig since! (but hey, I'm in the Pacific NW so there's so much awesome beer I don't need to brew it as much hah!