I made the jump to the kegerator two years ago and have never looked back until I just recently bottled two kegs worth this past week. I planned to bottle these from the get go but aged them and carbed them in kegs. 11.25% and 10.5% on tap is a bad idea for my liver. Rough estimate is that kegging saves me roughly 3 hours per brew (plus 2-3 weeks of waiting for carbonation, I can force carb in a week or less), so depending on how valuable your time is, it can pay for itself extremely quickly. Plus I only have to clean and sanitize one vessel instead of 48. I do highly recommend splurging on Perlick faucets, they are worth the cost hands down. I have the flow control versions, which also helps for bottling off the tap if you want to be able to do that easily.