Hey everyone I am just getting back into brewing beer so I purchased the Catalyst system. Last night I went to transfer a very hoppy IPA into my keg and hit a few issues and it was a train wreck! First off the cone you screw onto the bottom to transfer the beer clogs if you have any remaining pellet hops in the beer. I guess I will use a hop spider or strainer on the next batch and use some kind of bag for dry hopping. Second I have the fermentor inside a Vinotemp VT-188 fridge so its close to the ground so I needed a pump. I have never used a pump in the past and it sucked! First off its a hassle keeping the hoses clean especially the one going into the keg as the outside of the hose touch's the beer. Then the pump I had would not start without being primed again kinda of a hassle. I ended up inserting a smaller tube inside that I could use to start the suction then pull loose when the liquid starting flowing which also caught me off guard and made a mess. I also brew nitro coffee so all my kegs were in use I ended up buying a used keg last minute from my LHBS. Well being excited I did not look it over before trying to use it. I cleaned and sanitized it but did not pressure test if first. So you probably guessed it but once I hit it with CO2 beer came flying out of every fitting. I had to cut off the gas tighten everything clean sticky beer off everything! So the first 3/4 of brewing this batch was very smooth but I need some keg day advice. I was wondering if it would be better to move the Catalyst so I can just use gravity on keg day?