Looks like you moved on from filtering. I just wanted to let you know that it is actually really easy.
All you really need is 3 kegs (1 full, 1 empty, 1 full of sanitizer), a filter
, and a jumper hose and CO2.
There are 2 types of filters. Plate and cartridge. Most homebrew filter setups use the plate filter, but I think the cartridge type are becoming more popular. The jumper hose should be beer line with a liquid out QD on both ends.
-cold crash the cider a few days before filtering. This will knock out a lot of yeast and ensure you don't clog the filter.
-Put jumper hose on keg with sanitizer and empty keg. Pressurize the sanitizer keg and pump sanizer into empty keg. Either leave the lid off of the receiving keg, or make sure to vent as liquid comes in. You will want to push with only 2-4 psi, especially with a plate filter, since they are not made to withstand pressure.
-once you have sanitized the filter setup/recieving keg, hook up the keg with UNCARBED
cider. This is important. Trying to filter carbonated beer or cider will result in a foamy mess! The first time use a coarser filter. If you go too fine, you will clog it too quickly. It will probably take ~20-30 min to push 5 gallons through. Monitor the recieving keg, and let the pressure out as more liquid comes in.
After that, you can put your filtered keg into the kegerator and hook it up to gas to carbonate like you would any other beer. To bottle, I like using the Biermuncher Bottle Filler (BMBF) from his thread "We dont need no stinking beer gun