Thanks! I have been looking all around. Made a mistake of buying a beverage fridge that was mistakenly sold on Living Direct/Compact Appliance as a kegerator (Edgestar Slim is a cheap Danby hole drilled drink holder) that said it would hold a brewing bucket which was said to be 13" wide and more than enough height and width for a 6.5 G carboy. When received it only had 9" total of ground clearance and no way to fit such a general carboy for lagering. I was furious. Major bummer experienced heavily and had to send it back.
My main reason for getting it to begin with was that it was a low profile next to my Beermeister (or so I thought) and it had the advantage of clear glass door so I could see the yeast at work.
Moral as it stands now: Awaiting a refund from that fiasco; beware of actual interior dimensions and false claims.
With all of the ideas about getting a freezer/ keezer setup and having to go through the most cost effective route of a temp controller and the prices of scratch and dent models/pairing up a sight unseen solution and the versatility/having to construct openings (getting what I paid for), not finding a great useable (mostly broken fridges/overpriced used kegerators that claimed to be refurbished) on Craigslist or eBay, I finally had to make a big wallet decision.
So, I bought another Beermeister. It had the temperature down to 32 degrees and has room for a carboy and a corny keg at the same time (or up to three corny kegs on its own). It worked great out of the box and I don't have to add the tap if I don't want to do so (yet). I admitted impatient defeat by $150 more (ouch, but didn't have to selll my blood) than the setups I was seeing/pricing out there.
Unfortunately, no company seems to be innovative enough to be going after marketing lagering fridges specifically for homebrewers at this time; there is obviously a market. It would be nice to remove the hump from these dorm fridges to give us all a more cost effective chance.
Alas, this is the only way I could fathom to get a tried and true temperature and fit: buying another Beermeister. Thanks for the advices and pictures.