Sounds good! appreciate all the help! I'm pretty sure I'll have more questions to post once I actually get the keg :p
EDIT - You should familiarize yourself with the concept of 'volumes of carbonation'. It's a way to quantify carbonation in different styles. At the bottom of the chart is this simple breakdown :
" Table Key:
Blue = Under-Carbonated, 0 – 1.40 volumes CO2
Gray = Stouts and porters, 1.50 – 2.20 volumes CO2
Green = Lagers, Ales, Ambers, most beers, 2.20 – 2.60 volumes CO2
Yellow = Highly carbonated ales, Lambics, Wheat beers 2.60 – 4.0 volumes CO2
Red = Over-carbonated (except for certain specialty ales) 4.1+ volumes CO2 "
As you can see, a lightly carbed style like an English bitter might border the green band on the low side, where a highly carbed style like most Belgian beers might have desired volumes of CO2 that put it outside the green band on the high side. You'll have to experiment to see what you like best in your beers.