As with many items, this particular GE wall oven has its pros and cons. First and foremost, it stopped working for us more than once. My brother in law is pretty savvy with fixing appliances, so he was over here three different times in the first two years of owning it to fix it. We ended up buying him a pretty nice dinner out of it. An oven shouldn't do that in the first two years. I can't tell you what was wrong with them as it was something he discussed with my husband. I have a tendency not to worry my "pretty little head" about that sort of stuff. The second thing I didn't care for is that the window to see in is fairly small and not easy to see through. I like to check my stuff without opening the door, but I couldn't really do that very well. This wall oven was, however, easy to figure out and use, and that does go a long way with me. I am technologically challenged and get bored with figuring out appliances, fixing things, etc., so not having to spend much time on figuring out how to use this, clean it, etc. was a gift. I can't really recommend this oven, though, because compared to other ovens I've used, the baking, broiling, roasting isn't as good and even. It is not a chef's dream by any stretch of the imagination. Unless you can't afford much else, I would get something of much better quality. You really do get what you paid for, and in this case, this turned out to be a waste of our money.