Thanks. I learned a lot from it and realized why I want a keg chill box for my next bar. One, you had to lift the counter top up to load it while you lifted a full keg (kegs, really) over the edge. Plus, there was a drain bucket inside that needed to be emptied every once in a while or it would start to mold and stink. The new bar will be a front opening door to hold the kegs and a proper drain. It's difficult to notice in those pictures that the CO2 tank is on the left side. I want the cylinder hidden out of sight and the pressure controls and gauges easily accessible. My next bar will have that.That's a first class kegger! And a nice little alcove for it, too.