I can't recall if I've brought this up here or not. My keezer collar is about 1/4" too short to store kegs on the compressor shelf with the ball lock fittings attached. My thought is to keg my beer, let it chill, and hit it with 30 lbs of CO2 once a day for a few days. I have a theory that each morning before I hit it, it may still accept pressure from my 7 lb gas line. When it stops accepting CO2 from the 7 lb line, it'll probably have absorbed enough CO2 to be sufficiently carbonated for drinking once a keg is blown. I'm guessing I'll have a week or two to do this process each time. Keeping gas on the new keg is not an option at this time. Does anyone have any input on my proposed process? Has anyone here ever carbed in a similar fashion?