I am currently on my second Danby of the last 11 years or so. I have had no real issues with the units, but have always wanted to go bigger. I have not been actively shopping for a bigger unit, but I always keep my eyes open. On my local craigslist I discovered a True TDD-3 (three 1/2 barrel capacity) for $500/obo. The selllers bought a building which previously had a bar and are liquidating the inventory. She provided me with the serial number and it appears to be a 1999 model. There unit is essentially bare (no towers, taps, beerlines, CO2, etc). She said they have not used it, but they did turn it on and the compressor did kick in and it started to cool. I have most of the peripheral stuff mentioned above...so I woundn't have to buy much extra. But wondering if I should be concerned about the age? I know the commericial kegerators are noisier than the residential ones, but that is not a general concern. I figure I need to check the door seals. But even if those are bad, that doesn't seem like a costly fix. Any other things anyone might recommend I look into? I know that model runs about $2500 new, so it seemed like a decent deal (especially of I can get it less than $500). But at the same time I could probably build a new freezer conversion for that price. Anyone thing of a distinct advantage of a True model over a keezer? Any other general thoughts on this deal? Here's a pic of the outside.