The oven has enough controls to run a 747, but they all seem to be fairly intuitively put together (unlike microwaves). It also has a control lockout feature for disabling the touch pad, so that you can clean it without having to worry about spurious signals. It will be interesting to do some time-delayed cooking and use the "cook and hold" feature. I haven't used the convection oven feature yet. I also wonder if I should put the stove onto a surge suppressor, since there are a LOT of electronics in that touch-pad control.
This stove is going to make me stop using the stovetop as a work surface, though. Something about all of it having grates on top, rather than a solid surface between the burners. This is probably actually a good thing.
So Friday was popovers and Papa Murphy's you-bake-it pizza. (Scott was true to his word and brought over a Papa Murphy's pizza to celebrate.) Saturday was key lime bars and a spinach/onion/carrot quiche. Yesterday I did a meatloaf. You have the feeling I'm celebrating having an oven again? This is just the stuff with the oven, as opposed to all the things I was cooking on top of the stove. I've already gotten a lot of use out of the wok burner, which is almost TOO hot. It's like putting the wok over a jet engine. I turned it down a little, because it was cooking faster than I could turn the food, and it was getting a bit crispier than I wanted. I wonder how fast "power boil" will boil the water for spaghetti?