KitchenAid Architect II KSRV22FVSS 21.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator Review$1,949.00
GE GSL25JGCLS Comparison
The larger GE GSL25JGCLS can be found for under $1000.
Both fridges look somewhat dated with large swaths of chunky black plastic.
Both fridges had very similar freezer performance, though the KitchenAid took less time to freeze food. Over in the fridge, the GE had more trouble keeping every shelf the same temperature, though it did a better job with humidity control.
The larger, wider GE has more storage space all around.
GE calls their stainless finish "CleanSteel," and they're right -- it's really easy to keep it from getting covered in fingerprints. Inside, the GE's sliding shelves makes it easy to reach the jar of about-to-expire mayonnaise hiding in the back.