one 36" or two 30" induction cooktops?
We're trying to decide between one Wolf 36" cooktop (5 hobs) or two 30" cooktops (4 hobs each). The reason to go with the two 30" units is 1) to increase the number of hobs (currently have a cooktop on which we frequently use all 6 burners), and 2) for a symmetrical look with two 30" cooktops centered over two 30" ovens (side by side).
The 36" cooktop has an advantage of one 11" hob, but it would have to be installed over one oven primarily (can't be centered over both ovens because of electrical configuration of the ovens). KD suggested two 30" cooktops for symmetry, though she isn't footing the bill. ;) Thoughts on the appearance of a 36" cooktop not centered over one 30" oven, with another oven next to it with empty counter above it?