I hate bottling day as well. I recently got the tap a draft system for my birthday. I used it on a California common ale and was very pleased with the results. I filled 2 of the tapadraft bottles then put what was left in bottles. Shortened bottling day severely. Less sanitizing bottles, filling, capping etc.
I force carbonated the first tap a draft bottle and it was ready in 3 days. The other tapadraft I primed with priming sugar and was not as pleased with the clarity or the taste. I think overall it is a cheaper alternative then going to full kegs. And if you don't have a designated fridge. These take up minimal space. One tip I found was to make sure you use Teflon tape on the threads as other people have complained about leaks.