I feel compelled to share my experience, especially after reading the Q&A section regarding use of 2 kegs in the cooler.
The instruction book shows the following in regards to which kegs can fit inside. If you are unsure of what these look like, go to kegerator.com and look up keg sizes to see accurate pictures.
1. You can fit only (1) 1/2 Barrel Keg (typical size almost all bars and restaurants use for on tap beer)
2. You can fit (2) 1/6 Barrel Kegs
3. You can fit (1) 1/4 Barrel Slim and (1) 1/6 Barrel Keg
4. You can fit (1) 1/4 Barrel (Pony) which is short but wide
***5. You can fit (2) 1/4 Barrel Slim Kegs (Take note - the gasket does not make full contact and is roughly 1/4 inch from closing. I personally used duct tape in 3 areas (bottom,middle,top) and this is keeping the door completely closed and sealed). Obviously, I can't store mugs or glasses inside anymore because I'd rather keep (2) 1/4 Slim kegs than (1) 1/6 and (1) 1/4 keg and some mugs mainly because your beer selection opens more when you go up to the 1/4 size kegs. If the manufacturer used just a bit more material and made the depth maybe a 1/2 inch deeper, 2 would fit and the door would close no problem!! ****
Besides this, the only thing I am having issues with are the faucets. If you go a few days without any pours, they seem to "seize" up and it takes a bit of strength to get them to "break" open to allow you to pour beer. For me, I have it set to level 5, but I also built a small air box inside to circulate the air. Once I put this custom box inside with USB Fans, it helped out a lot!
I hope this helps someone, because between reading reviews and the Q&A, there didn't seem to be accurate details on this.
Other than what I mentioned above, I must say that as if having beer at home, didn't make us lazy before, having a kegerator takes our laziness to a whole new level. The fact that I can just grab a mug and fill it up, makes me feel super lazy, but I love it!
Hope this helps everyone reading!