Summary: We LOVE the construction of the dishwasher - it is very spacious and we were able to fit a LOT in it. However, we were terribly disappointed when we realized (after installing) that it does not have a drying option. Therefore, the dishes come out soaking wet. Apparently using a rinse aid helps as well as using the "sanitize" cycle. We will be trying that, but it looks like we'll be drying a lot of dishes by hand. Other than that, we like it.
Summary: After about two weeks worth of use, the latch became faulty and wouldn't keep the dishwasher closed. So, when the door opens even a little bit, the dishwasher's cycle is interupted. I saw a previous post about the exact same thing happening to theirs. Just bad latch engineering. Right now I need to hold it closed with a chair and a box of cat litter. The folks at HH Gregg were great though and they're letting me exchange it out for a cheaper model with a better latch.
Summary: Does not clean anything that is not directly over the spray arms. not heating element, plastics and light material do not dry. Since there is no complete drying, there is a bad smell after about 4 hours if you do not clear the dishwasher. We are having it removed and replaced with a GE from HHGREG, it isn't even worth the rebates.
Cons: Doesn't Clean Thoroughly, Doesn't Dry Well, Long Cycle, No heating element
Summary: I was reluctant and didn't end up buying a Samsung refrigerator due to the lack of positive reviews (you could say the reviews were mostly negative in 100+ reviews) but decided to give their dishwashers a chance since they are priced slightly cheaper than their competition while offering the same, if not more, features. This one has a stainless interior, decent silverware baskets, several adjustments for dishes and racks, and a nice stainless exterior.
Summary: This model does not have a heating element, and will not effectively dry your dishes. If this is an important feature to you, consider something different. We generally load our dishes at night, and do not open it to add or remove dishes in the middle of the cycle. In the morning, dishes were still dripping wet with droplets of water. The interior walls and door of the dishwasher also had water droplets all over it.