Prefacing that while I am relatively handy, I am far better at following instructions when it comes to building *complex* things. I am trying to sort out everything that I need to build a Kegerator that is Wifey approved. I want to setup a double keg system so that I can add to it in the future. I've figured out some of the things I need, but the internals are what I am lost on. My end goal to to end up with something like this: Know I need: 4.6-5 cu ft refrigerator - no freezer, or easily removed freezer w/ no exposed cooling lines Double tap - for example: (http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/double-tower-3-column.html) **Is there a clean way to add two taps in a more cost effective manner? Mind a have a small child that can reach low levers** I currently have the following pieces of the assembly: 5-gallon keg system with dual gauge regulator, plastic "cobra" picnic faucet, and all necessary tubing and fittings: http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/...-systems/five-gallon-keg-system-used-keg.html 5# CO2 cylinder - http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/co2-cylinder-5-empty.html I am trying to sort out if I am missing any appropriate hardware. I assume that to do the double system I will need a regulator for 2 kegs? Anything else that I should be aware of?