I have 2 refrigerators at home, both are near dying. I have had enough of poor reliability and cheap plastic interior of residential refrigeration. I am considering getting a new or close to new commercial reach-in. I won't miss any of the residential features. I don't mind if it is a little more loud/uses more energy. I just want something reliable, durable, and most importantly, easy to work on when it does eventually break. I also prefer mechanical over electronic parts. My experience with GE motherboards has soured me on that. From the research I've done so far, I'm leaning towards a barely used True T-23. I would say new, but True voids it's warranty for home use, so buying new doesn't seem like a good value proposition. Are commercial reach-ins more reliable than residential fare? How long do they generally last with proper care/cleaning? Are they significantly more expensive to repair? Are there any features/brands to avoid?