The interior spill proof shelves are slide-on. The refrigerator door shelves can hold a gallon of milk and are slide-on as well, they are not the clip on shelves that break, leaving items crashing to the floor. By comparison, the same Whirlpool and Maytag models at 180 to 200 dollars more have three clip on shelves and the common complaint is that they run loud—this model runs quietly. The LG model at 180 more, tends to run too warm, even at its highest setting, this model keeps it cold, without getting your milk and juice icy. The two main issues with this model are that there is no freezer light and the interior shelving does not have many options if you want to store soda, juice, and milk at the top—the second shelf becomes downgraded to a low overhead slot, where you can store a couple of muffin trays leaving the third shelf with enough space to store a pot of left overs. The freezer is perfect if you tend to overstuff the freezer. If you can afford everything from Bosch, but don't want the expense or complexity of their french door models than this is the fridge for you. GE statistics online show that it runs higher on repairs when compared to Whirlpool and subsidiary Maytag, but upon further inspection it is generally an ice maker or water dispenser that breaks. An ice maker is optional with this model, which is another reason I bought it. I like ice trays myself. The ice maker unit is the item that breaks across the board on all models of all refrigerators. GE has a better repair infrastructure than Samsung or LG.