Thank you for your comment! :-)
Is it true that a front breather simply saves space on the back of the refrigeration unit because you can put it closer to the wall in the back due to the fact that it doesn't take cooler air from the back but fron the front? I thought that was the idea of using a front breather - can you confirm that idea?
Would you recommend AGAINST buying a front-breather because it gets dirty faster (I guess because on the front it comes more into contact with the "outside world").
And here is another one - does an undercounter front-breather mean that the compressor takes some storage space from the cabinet itself?