I'm getting a kegerator in two weeks!
I've been looking at them for about a year, then stopping myself because A) They are too expensive to buy new, and B) the thought of making one makes my head hurt. (Seriously, I start reading those how-to's and my brain just shuts down.) So I tabled it, pretty much gave up. But yesterday I found out that a friend is selling a two-tap kegerator he built for his cousin, who recently moved. It's just sitting in storage, only a couple of years old, built from all new stuff, and it's ALL MINE for only $450, including kegs and CO2! I pick it up in two weeks on a trip to Anchorage, about 6 hours south of here. I have no idea how to set it up, but I'm going to figure it out. Kegging, here I come!
So, this is all in advance of warning you: soon will come all the dumb questions about how to make it work