I've had this kegerator for about a month: http://www.amazon.com/Nostalgia-Electrics-KRS-6100SS-Kegorator-Stainless/dp/B00472MN7A I've been having a lot of issues with foam. About 3/4 of each pour is foam. I recently installed a fan to cool the tower but that didn't help the issue too much. The first question is about the beer lines. The reviews for my model say that the beer lines are low quality, and when I've taken a look at them I couldn't see any markings for the inner diameter. I'm pretty sure I need to replace the lines with high quality 3/16 lines, and am looking at these: http://www.amazon.com/Draft-Warehouse-5-Feet-16-Inch-Assembly/dp/B00829HLSA Do those look like a good set or could anyone point me to better beer lines online? I've also read differing opinions about beer line length in many threads. Some people say they can't get a good pour with a 5' line and recommend a 10' line, while others and many line length calculators say 5' of 3/16 should be good for a PSI of 12 at 43 degrees. Thoughts? The temperature has been a bit upsetting on this kegerator. I have it set on max and have been limiting how much I open the door, and it still never seems to drop below 43 degrees, and is often up near 46 degrees. Does anyone have this model and/or have recommendations for getting the temp down by about 5 degrees? The last question is about PSI. I usually have an IPA and some other ale on tap, which I've read should be pressurized at about 12 PSI. However, 12 PSI caused the pours to be way too fast and result in all foam (i suspect due to the poor beer lines). So, I've been running it at 8 PSI. This has slightly reduced the foam and slowed the pour, but the beer has been tasting pretty flat. I suspect that 8 PSI is too low for these beers which is allowing the carbonation to come out of the beer. Does that sound correct and could the under-pressurization in fact be a cause of the foam? Sorry for the long post. It's my first kegerator and I've clearly got a lot to learn. Any help would be greatly appreciated.