I bought the VinoVault W420, details of which can be found here http://www.deluxeproducts.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=117
, on eBay where it can be purchased from the supplier for $1,390 upwards or $1,699 buy it now. Advertised capacity is 209 bottles. It is by far the cheapest wine fridge of that capacity I was able to find though Kitchener were running a freight free deal which made their similar fridge (not the Peltier type of Kitchener fridge which if money was no object would be what I would buy) reasonably comparable but still sufficiently more expensive for me to chose the VinoVault. Vinovault's freight was quite reasonable - I have previously looked (years ago) at the Quaff fridges and would have bought one if I could have picked one up rather than paying (at the time) a huge freight charge.
Delivery was quick despite my property being out of Allied's (the carrier) coverage so the last leg was contracted to Starky's. The driver was really helpful. He couldn't fit the truck between two trees by my (rather long) drive so walked it up on a trolley and right through the house into the room I wanted it in.
The fridge is pretty much what I expected, Chinese made, quite well built, 6 wooden shelves and a smaller wire rack that sits on the base in front of the compressor. I had to put a piece of wood under the rear feet to get the fridge vertical, the adjustable front feet then allowed fine tuning. Not sure why that was but it didn't worry me so I didn't contact the supplier about it.
I believe the design capacity relies on getting 3 layers of 11 bottles on each shelf and 11 bottles in the space in front of the compressor at the front, all 'standard Bordeaux bottles' which seems to be what all the manufacturers base capacities on. I allowed a bit more room on the bottom 5 shelves to allow for real world bottles. This has left room on the top shelf for 2 layers rather than 3. Expected capacity is therefore 198 bottles. I am very happy with that. I had expected to get less bottles in than that. Luckily I don't have many odd shaped bottles which would clearly play havoc with this type of storage.
Having cooled all the bottles down, the temperature is stable but there is a significant temperature gradient from back (the back wall acts as the chiller) to front. I believe that is because the door is double glazed glass and the room temperature is much hotter than the fridge already. I'll learn more about this when I insulate the door which I will be doing - I did this with my other small wine fridge and unless you can't stand the look of it I'd recommend doing so, it seems to save a lot of energy.
Humidity seems to have stabilised around 45%. I think that is pretty acceptable though I have surprisingly few corks to worry about anyway, mostly stelvin closures.
All in all I'm happy with the purchase. It is certainly nice to get the rest of my wine out of my old passive set up which was capacious but too hot in summer. It has taken quite while to slim down my collection enough for a fridge to be viable solution but now I plan to just accept the storage limitation and buy accordingly.