There's plenty of storage space in the door, along with plastic sliders on the bottom two shelves to help section things off. The small shelf on the top right also folds up and out of the way to make room for tall things like wine bottles.
You can see that consistency in the minute-by-minute graph from that test. Each line represents a different region, and as you can see, they all sit more or less right on top of each other. It makes for an ugly graph, but it's actually a very strong result, as other fridges we've tested show much larger temperature swings, and much larger variance from region to region.
The LG LDC24370ST retails for $1,800, which is right at the top of the bottom-freezer price range. That isn't cheap, but there's still a lot to like about this fridge. Check out our full review for the whole story.