Range-to-counter gap. How bad for slobs?
We cook messy and we don't clean up promptly. That's led us to go with cooktops instead of ranges in previous remodels. But it's been a loooooong time since we've had a regular range (currently have a slidein) and maybe we can handle it now, in a modern setup. You know, maybe we can handle THE CRACK.
Do you lose stuff in there? Do you have to pull it out and clean the sides?
A range has advantages, like easier to replace due to standard sizing, oven under the hood, not having to match the oven with a wall microwave/speed oven in a stack...
But the crack. Is it awful? Dare I?