When our current fridge is kept cold enough for food safety, any produce that gets pushed to the back, freezes. (And trying to train the people in this house to keep pulling that stuff back to the front after they've gotten what they want is a lost cause.) I need a brand recommendation for something with better control over interior air and temp distribution, or maybe bins where you can vary and control the temp a bit. The lettuce probably does not need to be kept as cold as the raw fish. I probably need at least five bins, and would like to be able to dial back the temp on at least one or two. I'm looking to keep the price no more than about $2200 and I'm willing to wait for a good sale. Other details, for whatever it's worth -- I'll be looking for a side-by-side, stainless, filtered water and ice through the door, regular depth (not counter depth). Bosch seems to offer some bin-temp control in a counter-depth model, and I will consider it if I must, but I am reluctant to sacrifice fridge capacity by going with counter-depth, and the kitchen itself accommodates the traditional depth without seeming cramped.