Summary: As one user puts it, "$400 + $30 in energy per year to run is great." Because the machine has an Energy Star rating, it may qualify for rebates from local utilities, although not all utilities run rebate programs. The model carries a one-year parts-and-labor warranty, which is the same as that accompanying many built-in models. While we found some reports of mechanical breakdowns, we did not find any complaints about machine maintenance.
Pros: Cleans well, Easy to use and maneuver in a small space, Reasonably quiet
Cons: User manual unclear, Doesn't get dishes dry, Some report mechanical breakdowns and leaks