Greetings. Will be jumping into the kegging vs bottling shortly. I have a few ? Will be converting a chest freezer into a Keezer, which will hold 4 corny kegs and 10lb co2 bottle. I brew ales and lagers. Not much on stouts so not worried about having separate tap. I have read and watched a ton of videos on what to do (and not to do): upgrade to quality regulator, 10ft beer lines are better then 5ft, cleaning/sanitizing and so on. That being said, I still have some questions. 1. Once I get my system up and running, is it OK to store fermented beer inside an extra keg that is not in use? And if so, should the keg be carbonated while it's waiting its turn? 2. If it's OK to carbonate the beer in the keg while it's waiting to be hooked up, what should the resting psi be in the keg. I know you carbonate at around 30 psi, but should the keg be left at that psi while it's waiting its turn? Is it OK for a carbonated keg to sit in the basement for a couple of weeks that is not hooked up? 3. I have seen a couple of videos that show the brewer carbonating his batch right after the fermented beer is siphoned into the keg. I've seen some where the brewer cools the keg after the siphon of beer for 24 hrs, then carbonates the keg. Any input on this process? And if you have any other input on your pro/con experiences, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time!!