You might consider the "Tap-A-Draft" system, which includes 6 liter PET bottles. These are the same thing that "Miller Light Home Draft" and "Coors Light Home Draft" uses. They are so similar as to be identical in most ways. The TAD is made for re-use, whereas the MHD say 'do not recycle or reuse', but that's just the lawyers talking, I suppose.
I keg/bottle into these exclusively. A five gallon batch fits in three bottles. I'll take one of the three and force carbonate it, then take the other two and bottle condition. Works great, and I don't need to plug another compressor into the grid (the chief of the house lets me put one, sometimes two bottles in the regular refrigerator).
The question of how to pressurize the keg is addressed simply by having a CO2 cartridge holder right on the tap. The tap includes a rudimentary regulator that's not (designed to be) adjustable.
As to the cleaning, I put a warm oxyclean solution in the bottle, with the tap on, and tap open, but stopped-up. I let that sit for a few hours, then triple rinse and then hit it with starsan. No brushing. I think that the smooth walls of the PET bottle are superior to the small creases of steel canisters with respect to keeping things clean.