yes and no.... more enjoyable to not have to invest a 50 beer keg into agind individual beers for the future, but then to answe your question, NO, bottling doesn't make better beer, it just makes it easier to handle ytour beer 50 different ways before drinking. I bet you haven't let it sit long enough to carbonate. think of it this way, the closer you get to you regulator pressure (converted into partial pressure of the co2 contents of the in the beer, the longer it will take for the pressure to make it's way into the beer. that means, it takes about 14 days to get within 5% of the co2 desired if you set the regulator at serving pressure and go from there. serving pressure shoudl be lower than arbonating pressure. I serve at 5 psi when I have been able to carbonate my kegs properly. Proper arbonation to me, is 9psi for 10 days, or 30 psi for 20 minutes of gentle rolling (back then forth every 3-4 seconds in my lap while connected to 25-30 psi. It will get there, and at least it's under carbonated. overcarbonated is worst IMO.
Primary: Eds Aplfelwine 1/19/12, Twin peaks DIPA 1/10/12, BJK 2 hour IPA 12/9/11
Secondary: Hoppys 420 IPA (infected) 10/20/11, Colorado Wildflower Cyser (infected) 10/21/11
Bottled or Kegged: Over Inflated Rubber Thingy 1/20/11, Fiddle Barn Stout medium american oaked bourbon, 7/20/11, Pumpkin porter 12/17/11, KIPA: Oaked IIPA, ~1/2/2011 (started ~10/2/11), 1/27/12 6% abv sort of Hoegarden clone,