I just received mine last week and put some spent yeast in one jar. I didn't know you had to put water in it, for some reason I thought it was a dry operation. I figured it out immediately though. When will you have a decent review completed?
Go look at the photos of people's kezzers and kegerators. You'll find a lot of great information on how to set your rig up. I learned a lot on my build too.
Are you brewing your own beer, or buying kegs?
As of right now, we aren't paying income tax. The price of oil is so low right now that we may be going to an income or sales tax soon. Property taxes can get you, but there are ways around that, if you don't mind living outside of major towns. Just research the town before you move here.
Try living in Alaska! I have to go in with other home brewers in my area and order supplies by the pallet load. I have 100 pounds of 2 row in my garage now. Shipping rates are outrageous here. Most of the brewing supply stores think we are a foreign country!
Take the 101 from Portland, OR along the coast. In Coos Bay you can stop at 7 Devil's Brewery. They've really done an amazing job and have given back to the community in a big way. Lots of hiking and sites to see all along the coast as well.
When you hit Eureka there are no less than 4...