Now that you mention it, perhaps more Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" ish. I had to remove EVERY shelf in this thing, including one that was at the same height as the internal temp controller (which isn't really adjustable or removable). Two screws, though, and I had that bugger outta there. Already Fermzilla shopping and trying to decide which I like better, FermZilla or All-Rounder. If I'm gonna do pressure transfers, the All-Rounder with a pressure kit looks like a pretty decent deal. The FermZilla will let me collect yeast and get heavy sediments out of the brew. The yeast collection is a plus, but the floating dip tube would take care of the chunky bits, too. I think I still want to bottle simply because I can keep more flavors around in smaller batches without needing a whole bunch of corny kegs. May look into force carbonating in the fermenter as well, and take out one more handling step. I simply don't have the place for storing kegs and certainly no room for a beer bar. I've been making just what I drink, but now I'm changing my game a little to do a little more experimenting and trying some new things which will require quicker turn-around on hardware and simpler handling procedures. Not to mention, picking up 5 gallon batches is pretty much a thing of the past for me. Putting off back surgery now.