"There's little to say about this fridge that isn't apparent. Except that the slightly cheaper model has substantially more freezer space. The model up, is even more economical, but not worth loosing space for.
The fridge is well designed and goes out of its way to ensure even temperature across the whole fridge and freezer while also being frost free.
To this end, it has quite an advanced circulation system (with vents at the rear inside the fridge) and as such there's a slight downside in that its nosier than I'm used to when its running. But you can see why, and it doesn't seem to effect its energy consumption.
If I was in a flat with a bedroom close to the fridge I may worry, but in a normal house, not an issue.
The fridge itself has a number of options that come with it; including a can holder and a wine rack. Unfortunately these two features can only be used if you take other shelving out of the fridge.
There's no way you can practically fit all the stuff in and still put bottles upright for example. So in the end I ditched the gimmicks in favour of a large usable fridge.
The freezer section is also quite clever with a number of drawers inside the draw that will auto-close as you close the main draw. There's also a useful built-in ice tray+draw and a special quick freeze area for rapid freezing.
The fridge is however slightly larger than normal and given its doors can't be removed it has to go through your house width ways. Budget for 78cm (or 74cm at a pinch) to get it in your house.
Our delivery drivers weren't geniuses and tried to get it in sideways and gave up saying it wouldn't fit. It did, it just had to come in width-ways.
As such I rate this fridge highly. Its a little noisy, but doesn't effect its power use. Measure your home carefully and you'll be more than happy."