I saw this fridge today at Sam's and it got me thinking as well... sorry to say that I didn't have any measuring tape with me.
Yes, it does have a hump in the back, but it seemed smaller/narrower than a lot of other fridges' humps. I even think it was too small for a 5lb CO2 tank to fit on it without tipping off. Its back wall was a panel that had cooling lines running all over it, similar in appearance to the back wall of the Danby DAR440bl (check it out here). It had a much smaller light fixture than the Danby, and a little more forward-oriented too.
Just estimating, I really think it can work as a kegerator, but it got me wondering - are there fridges out there that are just impossible to make into kegerators? Meaning their cooling lines, or wiring, or whatever the hell else are so complicated that it would be impossible to make it work?
I'm thinking I'm gonna buy of these, give it the ol' test for cooling lines on the top of the fridge, and then assess from there. I've heard bad things about Haier fridges, but damn this one would be pretty cool with that glass door. Don't hold your breath for my response though... I'm currently moving, so this may take a few weeks.