Summary: Lasted 1 year and 1 day. I noticed the light would not always come on, then one morning, after a 3 minute cycle on high, pulled out the food and it wasn't even warm. After that, even though the clock still worked, the controls were non responsive. My last two microwaves lasted 10 and 5 years, I will not be buying GE again.
Summary: Fits perfect on a small table in our kitchen. Quiet and good energy to get things done in a reasonable but fast way. the footing is not so good. it keeps sliding back on our table and we have pull it up every couple of days. Need to improve footing to make it stay in one place. Other then that it is a 5 stay performance.
Summary: It has turned out to be an OK Microwave. The power is good. But I think countertop microwaves are not make as well as wall mounted one. It moves around when you open and close the door. The door does not open or close easily. You need to push it in with some force to close it and hold the oven in place when you press the door release to open it. I would not have bought it had I known this.
Summary: Mine died after about 1 year of use. I'm handy with a soldering iron, so I opened it up and had a look. Two terminals melted on thermal fuses, but the fuses themselves are still operational. That meant two other components at least would need to be tested and probably replaced. My estimate was about ~$70 in parts to repair it myself; not worth it for the cost of the machine.
Summary: I bought this microwave to replace my longstanding GE of the same size that just stopped heating one day. I stayed with GE because I liked the efficiency and flexibility of the Quick Cook feature. I could cook/defrost/reheat in just 3 buttons: Press 1 through 6 for the number of minutes, press Power Level, then press 1 through 9. And I use this a LOT. DAILY. Inexplicably, on the new microwave, you can only get full power with the Quick Cook buttons.