I've only just gone to kegs after about 12 months of all grain brewing. Before I did I read as much as I could about forced carbonation and watched all the videos I could find so I was ready to go. When I bought my kegerator and equipment my home brew shop basically said to me to forget anything I had read or seen about forced carbonation. What?? all those hours of research wasted?? The reason for the advice was mostly around the premise that the beer in the keg still needs to condition/mature the same as it would in a bottle so why bother mucking around with changing pressures on the CO2 (given I only have one CO2 bottle). So, I have the first two kegs operating now. They were chilled then connected to the gas at 11psi and not touched for a month (well apart from a small sample at three weeks). They are nicely carbed (to my taste) and pour really well. We did do a bit of a balancing exercise for the beer line length etc and it all seems to have worked okay. Having said this I wouldn't be opposed to force carbing the third keg (it's a two tap Keg King system) just to ensure it's ready to go when one empties. I'd like a second gas bottle for convenience for this and other things.........does it ever end with equipment!!!!!