Summary: I have had this fridge for just over a year now. I initially bought it because I had limited space; was restricted in width and also depth, hence needed a French door model to make sure I had enough clearance. I will also disclose that I am a GE employee (not the appliance division) and hence the employee discount was also very relevant in this decision. On the whole, I have had no real issues with this model.
Summary: "Good upgrade for an older home with smaller space. Case sits 67 5/8 high, with curved french doors higher in front of case and hinges. The icemaker is in bottom left of freezer, so you must pull out freezer door fully open to retrieve ice in it's tray. Freezer bottom is open grid basket-style. Manual cautions not to fill over top of basket, which limit the usual amount of room, along with basket not being squared.
Good fridge. But be sure to get the insurance coverage.
T. Hale, Amazon
6 March 2010
Summary: We like our GE "French Door" fridge. It looks good and works fine. But don't think of getting it without the insurance plan. We've had to replace the central "brain". We've had to replace a door latch. We are getting ready now to call for a new shelf and crisper track because both have broken. I would guess that without the insurance we would soon have put as much in repairs as we paid for the fridge.