First off I wanted to thank LarryBrewer for diligently listening to users and adding features that we have been requesting. I love the new features that come with every release!! So here's my question. I like to prime my kegs with sugar instead of force carbing. The bottle calculator ends up with way too much sugar than I would add for carbing a keg. I have just been arbitrarily using 50% of the sugar from the bottling calculator. I find this give me a nice carb, but I'm not sure I'm as accurate to the style that the current calculator is for bottling. I havent seen a formula for this type of thing; but I'm sure it's based on the volume of liquid your keg can hold subtracted from the volume of beer you have. Once you know the headspace you probably add less or more sugar to get the carb you are looking for. It would also be cool to have a force carb schedule added to the current kegging calculator. For example if I have my kegerator at 37 and put the corny on 10lbs of co2 it takes x weeks to get my keg to pressure. If I'm in a rush I put it on 30 lbs it takes x days to get to my pressure. I know a lot of people have problems estimating how long it will take to carb their keg, so this would help them out.