Hey all, looking for some advice. A guy on the local CL posted this kegerator/ferm chamber setup and I went over to look at it today. It's really nice for what it is, but it would produce a number of tradeoffs vs. my current setup, which is a 4-tap keezer and a garage fridge with a freezer compartment. Pros: -5 taps, compared to the 4 I currently have -Kegs would be easier to load (front-facing door vs. loading through the top on the keezer) -Can fit 6 kegs, so can carb/condition one more than I have on tap (or more if I'm not using all the taps) -Dedicated ferm chamber -Ferm chamber should fit two SS brew buckets stacked, so I can do split batches or two brews at once -Wide, flat top above unit provides storage space for brewing gear Cons: -5 taps is a lot, lol -The way the ferm chamber is currently set up, it can't ferment lagers—only goes down to about 64; this can probably be improved with better insulation or a stronger fan, as the ferm chamber is basically just a wooden box attached to the kegerator fridge via ductwork, with a fan inside. It could use some improved insulation. Just not sure how much better the cooling can get. 50F would be enough for lagers, but... -Similarly, won't be able to cold-crash (it's unlikely I'll ever be able to get the temp near freezing in the ferm chamber portion) -Have to keep hops in garage freezer, will likely annoy my fiancee -Less room for bottled homebrew/commerical beer in fridge than w/ current setup Thoughts?