The good: Clean, modern appearance (except for the black-colored support underneath the door hinge -- see "the bad", below). Maintains set temperature well. Ice maker works well, and quickly. Freezer is relatively spacious, and easy to access (given that this is a top-freezer model).
The bad: Compared to my previous Kenmore refrigerator (same type and size), this Samsung refrigerator is noticeably louder when it is running, and it sometimes make strange sounds, like a tiny truck engine starting up (lasts only for a minute or two), or water running/dripping (even when the ice maker is turned off). The "feature" I dislike the most is the large, black-colored adjustable support at the front/bottom of the refrigerator, under the door hinges; it is much more noticeable in person than it is in the photos online, particularly with my white refrigerator and my off-white tile floor; it stands out like a "sore thumb", adding a touch of "industrial ugly" to this otherwise clean and modern looking appliance; it looks like a poorly designed afterthought; why couldn't it have been smaller, or more hidden underneath the refrigerator, or at least white in color (or with a white, snap-on "beauty cover") to match the rest of the appliance? The interior shelves have limited adjustability; unless you leave out a shelf, the only place to store tall items (e.g. 2L soda bottles, gallon milk jugs, half gallon juice or drink containers) is in the door. Interior lighting is all at the front of the cabinet, so the rear of the interior is always in shadows. The front door only opens about 110 degrees, and it needs to be open all the way in order to open the closest crisper drawer without the drawer clipping the door seal. The top-mounted "slide and reach pantry" is a good concept, but in practice it is "clunky" and noisy to open and close.