I've sailed a few thousand miles with one and was disappointed. The best thing about them is the disappearing door, though - and if that does if for you, the other things I didn't like can be remedied. I can't see any realistic way to retrofit other ovens with the Force 10-style door.
Workmanship was a bit substandard: we had to refit
the hinge brackets because the rivets had not been set properly (we re-engineered the attachment at the same time, IIRC - rivets don't quite cut it)
The pot clamps (swinging from a single
pivot) are inadequate for heavy pots in rough weather
, but OK otherwise.
The internal siderail assemblies on which the racks slide, fabricated from stainless steel
, warped permanently with heat to the point that I wasted a day in Fiordland when I could have been climbing a mountain, stripping these out and finding the only engineer's vice for hundreds of miles around. (They're heavy gauge bar, which is good unless you're trying to reshape them)
Self-lighting was rather patchy - unreliable.
around the external panels
in the nooks and crannies not exposed to view is unpleasant, and borderline dangerous, because of sharp projections and not very tidy or well-detailed / deburred sheetmetal design and execution.