So I made this: And it works great! I still have to work out the CO2 purge apparatus, but now that I have the option of filling from a carbed keg I'm wondering if there's any disadvantage in doing that as compared to bottle-carbing and conditioning. I ask because I've got a Pils ready to come off a few days of cold-crashing and either go into a keg or directly into the bottling bucket. I won't bulk-lager in a carboy because I don't have the space to do that. I'll either keg, carb and chill for a while and C/P fill bottles for further lagering or I'll bottle, carb 3 weeks and start chilling down for bottle-lagering. The obvious advantage of keg-carb and C/P is timing. I could have clear, carbed beer in bottles within a week or less that are ready for further lagering. The possible advantage of bottle carb/conditioning is the presence of a small amount of yeast to continue secondary fermentation for a short while. What say ye?