If you're looking for a larger, smarter oven and don't need fancy meal kits, I'd recommend the June Intelligent Oven.
This range is a solid choice if the appearance of your appliance is important in your buying decisions. But there are plenty of gas ranges that provide similar features at a better value.
Consider a lower-priced, freestanding gas range, such as the Samsung NX58F5700 or the Kenmore 74343, instead of the middling Samsung NX58H9500WS. Is a slide-in range on your must-have list? Take a look at the KitchenAid KSGB900ESS, a similar range with a solid cooking performance.
The Samsung NE59M6850 is a good pick if you're in the market for an electric range that can adapt to your baking needs. But shop around if you don't need a double oven.
Kenmore's 41072 performs well and can hold a lot more laundry than your standard front-load washer, making it a huge asset for larger families.
The 74343 can tackle all of your basic gas range needs without complaint and offers an excellent overall value.
GE's JB650SFSS is completely middle-of-the-road; it's fine in every category, but certainly won't revolutionize the way you cook.
The Samsung Gas Range with True Convection is a solid choice with more accessories and options than many comparably priced appliances.
The LG LSG4513BD is a good option if you want to treat yourself to a luxe gas stove.
This SMEG range will earn you a lot of cool points because of its appearance, Italian origins and air of exclusivity. But pass on this unit if you really want to use your oven.
Despite some issues, the KitchenAid KFDD500ESS is a strong option for the home cook who multi-tasks at mealtime.
This LG range handles basic cooking tasks with ease, which makes it a strong contender for a place in your kitchen. Just don't rely on all of its speedy, specialized cooking modes to make you a better home cook.
Skip the LG LDG4315ST and its ineffective upgrades. Consider a simple gas model like the Kenmore 74343 or KitchenAid KGRS306BSS.
Get this Flex Duo range if you lack the space or the budget for a full double oven, but crave a similar degree of versatility.
If a slide-in gas range is what you're after, skip the Kenmore 72583. Instead, consider the KitchenAid KSGB900ESS, a slightly cheaper option with a better performance.
This range looks like a pro, but still needs some practice when it comes to cooking.
The Frigidaire FGGF3058RF attempts to offer higher-end features to distinguish itself from similarly priced ranges. But when you dig deeper, this range isn't much different than the competition.
$800 is a lot to pay for a non-convection oven. There's better value to be found if you shop around.