I myself would stay away from most GE appliances due to GE's high replacement parts costs (almost the highest in the domestic appliance industry IMO). Many of their current fridge models are also loaded with electronic components for which I recommend an extended warranty policy (see the following link).
But if that's the only brand which has the features you feel you need in a refrigerator, what choice do you have?
The Appliance Information Site
[This message has been edited by DanO (edited July 27, 2003).]
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