This unit is louder than any other fridge I have owned. While it is still minimal, it is noticeable every time it kicks on.
It has a good amount of storage space, but the door storage is limited. The standard shelves that comes with it only allow for average sized condiment bottles to be stored (think ranch dressing bottle sized). Any "family- sized" or taller bottles will not fit properly (even larger ketchup bottles don't fit). There are two places for larger items, but those spots are generally reserved for juice and milk jugs, not condiment containers.
The drawers in this fridge are larger than your average bins, but also don't seem to slide as well - almost like they are just sitting on the bottom, not actually attached to the lower shelf. The middle drawer moves from side to side (which is totally cool) but also takes up precious space that could otherwise be used to accommodate the tall condiment bottles.
12-pack cases of soda fit perfectly on the bottom shelf, but bottles of water do not. This really limits the use of the lowest shelf setting.
There are not a lot of configurations that work for this fridge. You have to place the top shelf all the way up if you want to have room to store items under the drawer on the middle shelf, and same applies to the bottom shelf - it must be on lowest configuration in order to provide adequate room for the middle shelf. I suppose other arrangements could work, but so far this is the only way I have been able to make it work for my purposes.
The glass shelves are very nice looking, but I wonder how well they will clean up. I have kids so we are bound to have spills at some point or another. Since the shelves are all glass I can foresee liquids being caught in the crevices of plastic that hold the glass in place and protect from sharp edges.
The freezer is a very good size. Full sized pizza boxes can fit well in any direction. The door storage is a bit lacking compared to the refrigerator compartment as the only bar holding items in place leaves quite a bit of space for smaller items to fall through. Larger items such as cylinder juice containers stay put, but thinner items such as single pound packages of hamburger fall through.
I have only owned this fridge for a few weeks, and so far it has been good. It may just take some getting used to, but I wish I had spent more time looking at other options rather than purchasing the one that looked the prettiest.
Other things I didn't notice in the store:
The front of this fridge is actually curved - if you have a magnetic board that you place on the front it will not lay flat
You cannot actually see the items on the top shelf when it is in the top position - you have to bend down to see. (I am 5'4" for reference)
It does not have a temperature gauge that you can change to a bunch of different settings - you can only choose colder, warmer, or middle.
The light in this unit is an LED which is more costly if you ever have to replace it.
It is the same size as most standard refrigerators. I think it was a little taller at 64.75 inches tall, but for the most part takes up nearly the same amount of space.