Also, with an upright fridge/freezer every one opens the door the cold air flows out. So it'll cost a bit more in kW. I can see placing a carboy or bucket into an upright just as or more awkward to handle and dangerous to the back as a chest freezer.
I have no desire to argue, but I think it would be much easier to get a carboy or conical in and out of an upright than a chest freezer. There is no wall to lift it over, and you can snuggle right up against whatever you are lifting. Additionally the bottom of an upright is a foot-plus off the floor height already, so one would just have to grab, slide it out and set it down.
I intend to pump into the conical in my upright, then gravity drain it into a keg. No heavy lifting needed.