So I've been reading a lot about kegging and I would appreciate any additional insight anybody can give me. I have a fridge in the garage that I am planning on using, full size, but has the freezer on the top. I think I've decided ball lock kegs are going to be my best bet and I located someone in my area that has corney ball lock kegs for $30 that were reconditioned not too long ago. I want to be able to use the corney kegs for my brew, but I also want the ability to hook up a commercial keg should I decide to. I am trying to stay economical to begin with, I don't want to skimp, I just don't want to be buying everything top of the line. Any suggestions on a good setup and where to get it? I was thinking I want 2 taps to begin with and figure I will add more later. Is it easy to switch between corney and commercial kegs? Thanks in advance for any info you can give!