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How long to dry hop, then when to bottle and taste?
I agree, you probably won't get much from just 2-3 days of dry hopping, but be aware there is such a thing as too much dry hopping. My "Goldilocks zone" is usually around 10 days. Somewhere around/after 14 days, things start getting grassy/vegetal.
Keeping pressure in secondary keg
That's not really a keg, and I don't think it's intended to be used as a serving vessel. @Graham is correct, you could theoretically add pressure to it with the right fitting, but I'd say that thing is really meant more for fermentation or bottling.