It's my first ever all-grain batch, a Cascade/2-row SMaSH pale ale, brewed on 11/17/2012, so exactly one month ago. I put it in the fridge at 40F Friday night to cold crash, and just transferred it into the keg (through the keg opening, with autosiphon, no splashing).
Going by this keg carbonation chart
I'm going for about 2.4 volumes of CO2 (11psi at 40F).
I hit the keg with 30psi and gently rocked back and forth on the ground for about 15 minutes, then put it in the fridge. I'll release the pressure tomorrow after work down to 11psi and leave it there. Hopefully it will be carbonated and ready to drink by the end of the week.
Unfortunately my only tap (a plastic party tap that I just got last Friday) broke while I was cleaning my kegs out, so I'm gonna have to pick up a new one before the end of the week.
I'm hoping to keg 3 more batches over the next week or so. Two more pale ales (a Galaxy/Vienna SMaSH, and a maltier SNPA clone) and a Left Hand Milk Stout clone that's a New Years Eve Bash Brew.