The marquee feature here is the "Food Showcase" door. Pull a trigger on the right door handle, and you'll open the front panel of the door without opening the refrigerator itself. That gives you quick, easy access to drinks and condiments stored in those in-door shelves.
We tested this refrigerator's performance for nearly a month. Here's how it does at the default, 37-degree setting. The average temps all look great, save for that bottom shelf in the left door that creeps ever-so-slightly up above 40 degrees.
Performance was steady again at the fridge's coldest setting, 34 degrees F. Note the orange FlexZone drawer -- we cranked it up to its highest setting for this round of tests, and just like the coldest setting in the last one, it hit the bullseye.
In yet another round of tests, I stepped the FlexZone Drawer down from setting to setting over the course of four days. It errs a bit on the warm side in those middle two settings, but it nails it when you crank it all the way down to 29 F.
This fridge originally retailed for $3,700 when it debuted last year, but this year, you can get it for well under $3,000 (as of writing this, it's down to $2,500 at several major retailers). At that price, it's a solid bargain -- check out our full review to learn more.