Matches really nicely with the fridge I bought: Whirlpool - 26.2 Cu. Ft. 4-Door French Door Refrigerator with Thru-the-Door Ice and Water - Monochromatic Stainless Steel
Stainless steel does show fingerprints, but I bought Therapy Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish and it seems to clean the fingerprints well and also prevents them for a time.
Few minor quibbles. In the top oven, the rack doesn't pull out smoothly because the door is set too high for it to do so. You can pull it out ok when there is nothing on the rack, but the weight of anything, even light dishes pushes the rack down making it difficult to pull out when you need to baste or check the temp of your food.
There is also a metal tray/sheet that sits on the bottom of both ovens, if it isn't applied correctly while the oven is heating the sheet itself warps a bit and makes a loud noise. Scared me the first few times I used it until I figured out the problem. If the sheet is secured appropriately, then this solves the problem. I realize this is user error, but perhaps the metal sheet should be higher quality to prevent this warping action when the stove heats up. Note: The sheet returns to its normal shape once it cools down and again does not appear to warp if it is secured to the bottom of the oven correctly.
The bottom rack of the bottom stove seems to burn foods pretty easily. This was solved by moving the rack up one, but seemed worth mentioning.
The oven seems to preheat fairly quickly compared to my old one, but I never really timed my old one so I'm not exactly sure if that is true.
Overall the ovens cook food the way they're supposed to.
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, the tilt open grates. It makes it easy for me to open the grates (once cool) to pick up dropped food or make quick wipe downs of the stove top. My old stove had three grates, if I wanted to do a quick wipe down I had to find a place to set the grate and I was always concerned they'd scratch our tables/countertops. These tilt open grates solve that issue!
I had read a review that said their countertops made it difficult to open the grates correctly and they were useless. Just make sure that when the stove is installed they correctly adjust the height. It's in the manual I think? The stove top itself (not the grates) should be level to your counter, then the grates will work perfectly even if you have snug fit like our stove does.
Note: Again user error issue. I did open the grate once while it was hot (using an oven mitt) and it fell open (off the hinge) onto my plastic cutting board that was next to the stove. Melting it. Yikes! Again this was user error on my part and I probably shouldn't have opened it while it was hot. Just a cautionary tale for other buyers. =)
My one complaint about the burners. The right side burners are too close together (the front and rear ones). My favorite pan is 12 inches. When I use that on the front burner, it's difficult to fit a smaller 10" pan on the back burner. I don't use all 4 burners frequently so this won't be a huge issue for me, but we will see once the holidays roll around and I'll be needing all four burners.
Overall, when using the stove it appears to heat my pan appropriately.
Given the minor quibbles as listed above, I cannot give his stove/oven 5 stars but I still love it and can see past these.