Can't offer comments on GE appliances. All ours are Whirlpool. Have been for years and we couldn't be happier with performance and appearance.
However, I can weigh in on gas v. electric.
I've cooked on all electric and all gas and have definitely decided I much, much prefer gas for the top and electric for the oven. Stovetop cooking with gas, to me, is more controlled. When I want to "blast" a pot of water for boiling, it can be done quickly. When done boiling, the heat is instantly gone by turning off the flame. Electric coils take a while to cool down.
If I want a bare simmer, again, all I have to do is to fine tune my flame to achieve that end.
Yes, Dave is correct. Moisture is a byproduct of gas in a gas oven. I bake ALL our bread products and have never had a problem with an electric oven. When I need moisture, I either place a pan of water on the bottom rack or spritz the oven walls with water.
Hope my comments have helped. Good luck on your kitchen appliance research.
"As a girl I had zero interest in the stove." - Julia Child
This is real inspiration. Look what Julia became!