Hi all, So I've decided to take the plunge into Corny kegging, after a few years of mainly bottling but a little bit of pressure barreling. This has been prompted by my decision to brew for my wedding in November - bottling was out of the question (too many bottles...) and from my research it seems that you can get a more consistent pint with the Cornies that make the slightly increased price tag over pressure barrels worthwhile. I have just ordered 3 kegs off the homebrew company and I'm eagerly awaiting their delivery! I do have a few questions that I haven't been able to find definitive answers to, which I'm hoping somebody might be able to help me with: Do any of you have much experience with the mini CO2 regulators that you can fit CO2 sparklet bulbs and sodastream bottles to? I'm considering one of these to be a good idea, as will need my setup to be fairly portable to take it to the wedding venue - lugging a gas cylinder seems a bit much. The thing putting me off the mini regulator idea is the thought of needing a whole soda stream cylinder or loads of sparklet bulbs to force carbonate - is this correct? I would be happy to prime in keg then use the bulbs / soda stream cylinder to just push the beer out, does anybody have any thoughts on that? Some of the mini regulators come with gas line attached between the cylinder and the keg, whilst others seem to screw the bulb / cylinder straight into the disconnect with no gas line - is there any advantage / disadvantage to either setup? Beer line and tap requirements - I've seen a disconnect, 3ft beer line and party tap available on Amazon for a decent price. Is 3ft of beer line long enough to apply the back-pressure required not to pour pints of foam? Any help and advice on the above would be much appreciated! Cheers.