I'm leaning toward bottle conditioning for ales and kegging for lagers. My main reasoning being, the 2 extract ales I did were both bottled and turned out pretty good. The Lagers I have done, have not been very good either way. I figure by kegging those I can go full Budvar and lager them for 3 months in the secondary after a 3 week primary ferment. That being said, if I go that route, it will tie up my secondary fermenters for MONTHS(I have a batch of Dirty Bohemian going in fermenter 1 now, Blonde on Blonde cream ale is in fermentor 2). I have 2 secondaries that are fairly handy for in and out of the keezer(30L Spiedel and 6.5Gal Genesis). My plan for the moment is to rack the Dirty Bohemian into the Genesis for lagering in 2 more weeks(accounting for some loss in the primary), would like to refill fermenter 1 with Bohemian Black Ops at that point(by my math that will be opening weekend of deer season, getting anything brewed will be sketchy at best). Meanwhile in fermenter 2, brewed Blonde on Blonde yesterday, hopefully will be able to bottle on next Sunday and reload with Manky 'lil Sally. Frustrating a little bit as I have put A LOT more effort into my lagers, and have much more faith in my ales being drinkable. Long story short, does this plan make sense, or am I missing something?