Here are the pictures of my Holiday 5 cu feet keezer that I just finished (Model #: LCM050LC).
I used 1x8 pine for the collar, got rid of the original lid and made one with 3 pieces of wood + hinges. I did not have to cut anything (home depot guys did it for me). My wood crafting is not really good, but the insulation I added made a good job at keeping this thing air tight.
I did not know what to choose between having hinges for the lid or for the full collar, so I did both. Since I was at it, the front panel is also on hinges and can be opened. The door is a bit heavy for the hinges with the shanks and the drip tray, but it holds fine. I won't need to open it that often anyway.
To paint the freezer, I used rustoleum "painter's touch" paint, in colonial red. For the collar, I used wood finish that I used for the outside table. It's a teak finish. I must say that I am very happy with the final look of it.
For the inside, everything comes from kegconnection and has been working great. No leaks, no mess. I just regret that I did not ask to have smaller shanks. The only thing I did not get from them is the drip tray - it comes from kegcowboy.
I am able to fit 3 ball lock cornies plus the CO2 tank inside. If I need 4, it is possible, but I will have to take the CO2 out.
I still need to add 3 pieces of pine at the bottom to cover the home made dolly, and paint them with the same finish I used for the top.
I can now enjoy fresh tap beer in the comfort of my home