As I have been dialing in my brewing volumes/losses etc., I continue to get a little more finished beer into my kegs each time. But doing some measurements, I just realized that if I ever actually got all 2.5 gallons (my batch size) into my 2.5 gallon kegs, the CO2 tubes would be slightly submerged into the beer! That can't be good for carbonation. Anyone ever cut their CO2 tube? My CO2 tube is 1-1/2" long and I could easily take 1/2" off of it and be above the 2.5 gallon mark. I also have a check valve on the CO2 QD post so I'm not worried about pushing the volume of beer a little higher. I suppose I'm probably talking about another pint of beer that I could squeeze in there. Doesn't seem like much, but at 2.5 gal batches, a pint is serious business. I can't see a problem cutting the tube, but I figured I'd ask before there's no going back.