Okay, I took the plunge on the kegging system because I got a good deal on the setup and on a used fridge. But now I'm really confused about the "best" method of carbonating my kegs. I use the term loosely because there seems to be no standard method. I know that CO2 dissolves better in cold beer, that seems to be a given. I'm thinking that cooling my beer prior to racking to keg would be good too, gets some extra stuff out of suspension. Then I would rack to keg and I could either do a fast forced carb or a slower "set-and-forget" method. Obviously, the advantage to putting under heavier pressure would be quicker access to beer, but would the slower method be better or have advantages?