Update - got the new fridge delivered on Monday afternoon. Piece of cake - fit in the same hole as the old one like it made for it.
So far I'm very pleased with the fit, finish, and construction of it. It is indeed an LG manufactured (in Korea) unit for Kenmore. Seems to have far more usable space than the old unit despite being the same size ~25 cu.ft., and that is why we always disliked side-by-sides. Big but useless space.
It's hard getting used to the french door style - I find myself opening the right door and reaching around the left door inside to get stuff. Duh, just open the other door!
The doors do require a firm tug to open, maybe that will lessen as everything wears in a little. Might be just the design, too. I like the fact that either door can be opened independently of each other and closed in any order. Some I looked at require the right door opened first, closed last.
Oh - the energy sticker stated $49/yr operating cost, which was actually below the average range of similar size fridges ($53 to well over $80), so it appears it will be quite efficient, too. Hopefully the condenser coils will not require frequent cleaning. They are accessed through the back of the unit after removing a cover or two. The old fridge had them underneath behind the lower grille in a \/\/\/\ arrangement and even keeping a piece of filter material behind the grille didn't keep them from loading up with fuzz and dog hair and there was no good way to get a vac tool in there to really clean them. Once I ended up reversing the vac and blowing all the *censored* out from the back, much to the wife's dismay...