Darrell's Appliances), with Brian to help him, had it installed in less than an hour after arriving. I had already removed our old oven and wired an electrical box, which saved them some work. However, there was a challenge for them: the opening in our cabinetry was 3/8" too narrow. Darrell set up some tape as a guide, whipped out his Makita jig saw, and had that problem fixed in a jiffy. There was a bit of a struggle to get it off the floor and into the hole, but once they did everything else went smoothly. It seems to work fine. The controls are a breeze to use. We haven't cooked anything yet, but I'm sure Debbie will pop something in there soon! :) One big surprise for us: it comes with a meat thermometer that plugs into a jack inside the oven. How very convenient!
I'm about one third of the way through the assembly, and so far I am very pleasantly surprised. With just a single exception, every part has fit precisely correctly, first try. Better yet, the edges of the sheet metal don't seem quite so sharp – no cuts yet (and no bloodstains on the goods!). The one exception was a minor one: I needed one gentle tap of the rubber mallet to get a recalcitrant threaded hole to line up with a drilled hole. The directions are crystal clear, with great illustrations. I hope the rest of the assembly is just as nice!