I've been looking around for a new refrigerator and one thing that stands out to me among the current lineup is that Whirlpool seems to be the only one not coming up with an inverter fridge. Instead they market their conventional fridges as "better than inverter." They supposedly cool faster and are even more energy efficient, and they actually have some measurements from a third party power lab to back up their energy efficiency claim.
Can anyone shed more light on the details behind the marketing hype? Surely there must be some drawback, or everyone else would be doing the same thing?