For build quality and sturdy construction, you cant fault this cooker. It feels like it will be as strong and shiney in ten years as it is now.
But thatswhere it ends.
The worst thing about this cooker are the shelves, or more to the point, the 'flame guards'.
With them on, you might as well get rid of at least 2 of the shelves as you cant fit them all in. The guards are so high that the next shelf or the large roasting pan, simply will not fit on the racks above it. So if you have one on the bottom, your next shelf is practically at the top. and if you have one in the middle, its the only shelf that will fit.
It completely nullifies the point of such a large oven space.
And dont even bother trying to get them in the top oven!
The guards can be removed but Without them, you run the risk of pushing them in too far, and you will soon start seeing the back of the shelf glowing a nice bright red colour, and when it cools, a nice darkened burnt shelf.
I dont know if this is a common fault either, but our top oven frequently goes out. It has done since day 1. You stick your oven chips in, go out 15 minutes later to a cold oven. IT happens randomly and some days it doesn't happen at all. Then other days will see the oven go out 3 times in 20 minutes. So frustrating. It only seems to be the top oven not the main oven. We haven't used the grill so cant comment on that.
Cooking times also seem very slow. Said chips take about 35-40 minutes if you like them even remotely crispy and a couple of chicken breasts will leave you waiting at least an hour. so much longer than the dilapidated old thing it replaced.
Quite possibly the worst £800 ever spent.