GE Monogram Glass Door Refrigerators - good idea?
For the last decade or so, it's been popular to put commercial refrigerators, like Traulsen or True, into high-end home kitchens. These have transparent glass windows that let you see the contents from outside, but given they're intended market, they are not domesticated and tend to run noisy for residential use.
I knew it was a matter of (not much) time before a residential appliance menufacturer caught on, and now General Electric is selling a line of three Monogram refrigerators with see-thru doors. All are built-in, 30" wide, 80 or 84" tall, and have an (opaque) slide-out drawer at the bottom that can be used as a freezer, extra refrigerator space, or a wine cooler. There's also a slimmer drawer between the two others, that is always a freezer and icemaker.
Anyone here have one? Does anyone think they're a good idea? Do you want guests to see the inside of your fridge? Do you get self-conscious about how clean your food is put away, since it's on display for your guests to see?
Any other manufacturers that sell these?