LP range choices/power outages
We've pretty much given up on having a range that is fully-functional in a power outage (Premier ranges fit the bill, but they've only got one higher-powerburner -- 14Kbtu on LP -- the next highest is only 8K btu on LP, and we want at least 2 burners at 12K btu or higher), but we absolutely want to be able to use the top burners in an outage with manual lighting. Most ranges support this, but it seems that some of the newer ones, especially those with a ton of electronics, do not.
My first choice would be Bluestar (we had a 36" RNB in our last house), but it's out of our budget for now (it wouldcost $3500-$4000 for a 30" Bluestar RNB + another $1000 or more for the required 36" hood upgrade and upper cabinet modifications). We've eliminated GE, since the GE appliances lose a lot more BTU capacity with LP conversion than some of the other brands, especially the high heat burners (the 20K btu tri-ring burner is only 11K btu on LP).
So, for the moment, the best choices seem to be the Samsung FX710BGS (on LP the top two burners degrade to 14.5K and 11.5K btu), or the Electrolux EW3LGF65GS (dedicated LP range with top burners at 16K and 12K BTU).
Am I missing any obvious choices?
Also, the other sticking point is upper burners and power loss. The Samsung manual explicitly states that it supports manual lighting in an outage, but the electrolux makes no such claims. Any exerience here with Electrolux gas ranges and power outages?