I really am unbiased. What people buy at Yale is consequential to me as long as they are happy with their purchase and are treated fairly. However, when a product is superior, I will certainly extol its virtues (unless it has a bad repair record).
Induction is that product. It is faster, safer, easier to simmer and less expensive than pro gas. We have a number of Youtube videos demonstrating this.
Electrolux seems to be ahead in the induction category. Lets compare their two slide in models:
Frigidaire (an Electrolux Brand) FPCF3085UF...
At $2599, this unit is hybrid induction meaning two of the five burners are induction and the other two are electric. This unit also features a convection oven and warming drawer
Electrolux EW30IS65JS $3599
Better than above with a more intuitive (still like that word) control panel, all induction burners and a second oven instead of just a warmer.