Hi everyone, I have recently moved to a house that is significantly hotter that my old place, and I'm worried about the temperature in the garage and the impacts that will have while fermenting. I already have a two tap kegerator, and rather than add another fridge to the mix, figure i'd like to move towards a side by side fridge/freezer set up. I've done some research on this, but have a couple of questions that I've not yet seen answers to: I want a separate fridge and freezer setup so I can serve in the freezer side at one temp, and ferment in the fridge side at at another temp. I believe I'll be looking at around a 10 - 12 degree difference between the two sides. Can these fridges be set up with two separate temperature controllers to achieve this? Are there specific dimensions to be looking for on the freezer side, or are they all pretty much the same for a specific height (e.g. 6ft fridge)? I want to increase the number of taps I have from two to four, with the expectation of having two corny kegs standing on the bottom of the fridge, and two more standing on an internal shelf, with one standing behind the other. Should the above be possible, how have people managed to support the top two corny kegs? I can't imagine the shelving that comes with the fridge would be sufficient to support two full kegs, and drilling holes to install shelves into the internals of the fridge concerns me. Are there any other pitfalls to look out for that aren't immediately obvious? Thanks in advance!