By the way, while I cannot say that I will never own a dedicated kegerator, the probability of that occurring in the near future is slim. Sure, I miss how beautifully a well-made faucet pours, but I like how easy my setup is to maintain. Plus, it allows me to house kegs, a yeast bank, blank media, propagation media, crops, and hops in the same refrigerator.
One of the Rubbermaid containers on the shelf holds blank media while the other holds inoculated slants. I store autoclaved liquid media in 100ml media bottles in plastic bags on the top shelf. I store crops on the bottom shelf. Hops are stored in the non-frost-free freezer compartment.
I installed a 1/4" MFL bulkhead through the sidewall, attached a 1/4" FFL to 19/32-18 fitting, and then attached a ball lock gas post.
A 1/4" FFL to 1/4" barb fitting is attached to the other side of the bulkhead
With that said, Tommy's setup has me thinking. He is using Perlick 650SS flow-control faucets with adapters that allow the faucets to be attached directly to the liquid disconnects. I use relatively short picnic faucet setups, which result in excessive foaming if my kegs have too much top pressure. The setup works for me because I am not a fan of gassy ale. However, I feel another round of 100% lager 100% of the time coming on. There was a period when almost everything I brewed was a lager.