For me, it is still early days with induction technology, having spent 20 years cooking with an Aga and a brief period on gas. In an effort to reduce my carbon footprint, I am trying to embrace induction, although I have lost my temper once or twice. I use this cooker every day and, after a short period of adjustment, I now find using the 'hob' relatively straightforward - with some caveats. I chose this model, because each hot plate has its own control; with some induction hobs, you have to select the hob you want to adjust and then use a shared control to change the heat level (fussy and too many 'clicks'). So the response on this hob is good, but there is one extremely irritating feature (?) that the controls are too sensitive. If the area near the 'on-off' or the controls is even slightly damp, the whole hob shuts down and won't re-start for several minutes. So if your pasta boils over, or you wipe a splash with a damp cloth, you have to wait some considerable time before you can continue - when you are busy, this 'wait period' is too long, highly inconvenient and SO FRUSTRATING - to hear that ping-ping-ping-STOP! Occasionally, even when they are completely dry, the controls do not respond at all - I still don't know why this happens or if it is a fault. The controls are generally the problem with this hob, where they are positioned, and because they can be super-sensitive, means they are inadvertently switched by my sister's 'baby bump' when reaching to check pans at the back. I think that having knobs for the hob controls might solve the problem - it would also help 'user adoption' for people new to induction.
The grill is very slow to warm up but once it does get to temperature, it grills fairly evenly. However, I am going to buy a toaster as it takes far too long to make toast.
The oven is pretty good, you have to remove the grill pan or one shelf to get anything into the top oven, but it is fine for shallow dishes. I have used the fan and non-fan modes in the main oven. It gets up to a good temperature to bake the sourdough but I have noticed that a tray of scones does not brown evenly, so I have to turn them more than once.
All in all, I would recommend this cooker, but with reserve - especially regarding the sensitivity of the controls.