Just FYI, I just received a Danby DAR440BL (March 2013), after reading several posts on this site showing the kegerator conversion process, and of course because it has the ability to hold 2 Cornelius kegs and has no internal freezer to remove.
If you're placing a one 5-gallon Cornelius keg in this Darby mini-fridge, it will take about 1 minute to remove all of the internal, and door fridge shelves by hand (no tools required).
The 1st image below shows the older version of the Danby mini-fridge with the same model number, but the internal mini-fridge shelf supports have to be removed with a box knife or dremel tool.
The next 2images below show the Danby that I have just received yesterday, with the internal shelving still intact, and also with the internal shelving removed.
The next 2 images below show that the plastic shelves on the right side of the mini-fridge's door (as the mini-fridge's door is open) will slide right out.
The next image shows the removed shelves removed from the inner and outer mini-fridge areas.
If you're only placing 1 Conelius keg + one 5 pound CO2 tank inside, no modification is needed.
I had to use a bungee cord to keep the CO2 tank from falling off the ridge it is supposed to sit on. There is a drain that keeps it from being pushed all the way back.
Holy Moley! The Danby mini-fridge will hold a 5-gallon Cornelius keg and 5 pound CO2 tank with nearly no modification. Nice. The last image shows the placement of the Corny keg and CO2 tank that fit in only a few minutes time. I wonder if Danby is reading this post ...thank you Danby. I want to kiss your feet.