KitchenAid KFIS29PBMS 29 Cu. Ft. French Door Stainless Steel Review$3,099.00
It's not cheap to operate (about $67 per year), but you can rest easy knowing that it's using all the energy consumed very effectively for a fridge of its size.
Temperature consistency over time was pretty strong, but a five degree difference from the top to bottom of the fridge—not to mention a ten degree difference in the freezer—isn't the high-end quality we were expecting. The Auto Humidity vegetable drawer also failed to impress.
A recessed water filter, LED lighting, and an on-the-door ice maker all contribute to spatial optimization in the fridge; you'll have plenty of space in the fridge. The freezer's capacity isn't too shabby, either.
The overall design isn't terribly innovative; as long as you don't cram the fridge full of every sale item available in your local super market, you should be able to reach things without a problem. The fridge shelves can be a bit cumbersome to adjust, as well.