With the Door-in-Door compartment open, you'll be able to access the in-door shelves without technically opening the fridge. You'll also find this cool EasyLift shelf that moves up and down to make room for tall-sized items.
Right in front of them sit a pair of "EasyReach" bins. The tempered glass lids slide back and under the crispers to offer extra storage compartments. They also aren't fixed in place, so you'll need to be somewhat careful not to break them.
Those purple lines are the three Door-in-Door regions -- they sat above 40 degrees for a good deal of this 72 hour test. The main body of the fridge (blue) and the left door shelves (green) did much better, holding steady at the target temperature of 37 degrees.
The LG LPXS30866D carries a suggested retail price of $4,300. You'll likely find it for at least a little bit less, but that's still an awful lot to pay for a refrigerator. Check out our full review to see if it's enough of an upgrade to justify the splurge.