CJ, I liked #3 as well. The built-in sushi bar was pretty cool... And I don't eat much sushi.
The #1 Tuscan was a bit like a museum, & I agree there's too much Tuscan goin' around.
One kitchen had 7? ovens & accomodated 100 people. Yikes! Everyone comes over & cooks. The Southern appealed tome because of the built-in pasta cooker. With the touch of a button the pasta drains in the sink.
The illuminated limestone? was very impressive. Who wouldn't want a kitchen that glows in the dark.
There were certain elements I liked about each kitchen. Too bad the site doesn't have a 360 view. The pictures don't do them justice. If it airs again, it's a must see.