I chose to go the route of using a chest freezer as my cooling method of choice. To do this, you need to purchase, or build, a temperature controller. I decided to build because I find DIY projects fun to do and it also was the more cost effective route.
The DIY version I went with has been done by many and can be found by searching for DIY Aquarium temperature control unit. Youtube has plenty of good videos out there for it. The one I found particularly helpful can be found here. The guy goes into great detail and I could follow along with him in real time when it came to the wiring.
After finishing building the temperature controller, the gas lines and kegging only took about an hour. This is awesome compared to the 6-8 hours I would have spent sanitizing and bottling the 10 gallons of brew.
Kegging is a pretty simple process. The only issue I had were the Corny keg lids are finicky (at least mine were). The trick to getting them on right is by using some soapy water (or star san) and checking for bubbles.
I can't wait till Monday when I get to try my first homebrew pour out of a keg!