The idea of being able to have draft beer at home has been calling to me louder and louder! Unwilling to buy a kit and convert an old fridge or freezer, I have been looking at various off-the-shelf products. Knowing *nothing* about kegerators, I am a candidate for screwing up big time! Any advice would be appreciated whether I follow it or not - I reserve my right to screw up if I choose. My first consideration is single or double tap? Is there any reason I shouldn't buy a double tap setup and usually use it as a single but have the option to tap two different brews for the occasional party? If the answer to my first question is yes, the features of the following item appeal to me and it is at about the top of the price range I want to spend: SBC490STTWIN For that amount of money, should I be looking at some other kegerators or shopping another source? If the double tap Summit I am looking at is an okay solution, what other accessories or items will I need or should consider? Maybe most importantly, what question(s) have I not asked that I should have? TIA for any helpful info you might provide.