Two more induction questions - what's important and what's not?
The Electrolux has a "sliding" dial (I guess that's what "wavetouch" means), the GE has a "+/-" pad that you have to tap repeatedly to increase or decrease power, and one of the Bosch models has a "direct" pad (i.e. you can pick any power level without having to tap through the others). Is having to tap +/- a pain?
On the other hand, the Bosch has individual timers on the hobs, but the Electrolux and GE do not. That seems like it would be useful.
Lastly, both the Bosch and the GE have an 11" hob, whereas the largest one on the Electrolux is 10". I do have at least 1 pan that has a 12" bottom with straight sides, and we do use it. Will 10" vs. 11" make a difference (I can get a new pan, the question is whether the surface of a 10" pan will be too small if I'm used to using a 12" pan for most dinners)?