With so many kinds of taps around, would like to ask pubs/taproom owners, barmen, beertenders, homebrewers etc on their experience with the taps, what features that are must haves, features that are just gimmicky, what brands you would recommend or not recommend and why? I'm thinking recommending for high frequent usage in bars, frequent dismantling to clean, whether they are easily accumulate yeasts or leaks due to wear and tear of the O rings and spacers. I believe there are some features that are must haves, ie full stainless steel, from body, shaft, lever. Some overall designs are big difference from each other such as 1) Standard "US" 2) "Euro style" *From the photos I gathered, it seemed extended spouts are euro style. 3) Perlick style 4) "Easypour" 5) Intertap design *their body are much unique to itself. Others smaller features such as: 1) Self Closing 2) Short or long spout 3) With or without flow control (Compensator) 4) Forward seal *no idea what this does. 5) Push back creamer. *Supposedly for you to generate foam when the head is not thick enough. Brands: 1) Micromatic 2) Celli 3) Intertap 4) Perlick 5) Talos (might see an increase in price due to the tariffs) I post some photos here so that we have the same reference names to the taps and not to advertise the manufacturers. "Euro" Style with flow control from MM. Standard stainless steel without flow control from MM. Easypour from MM. Seems chunky, wonder if makes pouring easier. Anybody used this? Any difference from the others? SS with flow control from Intertap. SS with flow control from Perlick. Some swears its the best, some says it leaks. Guess it depends on the model. Do not know what its called, have not seen or used this before. Anybody? SS tap with flow control from Celli.