Hi, I may be a little late, as I just signed up to reply to this thread. I found this site when researching KitchenAids.
As for a toaster oven, I recently bought a Deni. It's actually branded "cook's essentials." I never thought of getting a toaster oven since I rarely would use it, I thought; I already have 2 convection microwaves, plus my stove is gas with a bottom broiler, circa the 1950's I'd guess. Plus I have a decent 3-burner [mostly] stainless gas grill on the porch.
The only reason I bought it was because it was a multi-purpose appliance. And was cheap--around $50 and shipping was around $7. It has the following features:
It has a large LCD display and you use up/down buttons to move between the above features, then you can press different +/- buttons for time and different +/- buttons for temperature, then just press the on/off to start. It's already programmed for certain times & temps for each feature, most can be changed, but not all--the defrost is set at 100 degrees and the time can be changed but not the temp; broil is set at 375 and cannot be changed. Slow cook is set at 350 but CAN be changed. All the rest you can change both time & temp.
The rotisserie comes not just with the main spit skewer and 2 spit forks, but also 2 discs that attach and hold 8 included kabob skewers. So you can make a roast or chicken, etc, or up to 8 kabobs.
It comes with a crumb tray that goes in the bottom, a drip tray that goes a couple inches above the bottom, and a wire rack that sits nearly centered in the oven. It also comes with a perforated 12-inch round pizza pan, a tiny baking sheet, plus a handle to remove trays as well as a separate special handle to lift out the rotisserie unit when hot. The manual even has many recipes.
So far I've owned it since before Christmas but was too busy to try it out. I just started using it about a week or 2 ago. I've made pork roasts, cornbread, toasted subs, garlic bread, reheated pizza, etc, and conclude it was definitely worth the money, especially with the rotisserie, which I tried out with a 4lb pork butt/shoulder.
It's also polished/brushed aluminum or stainless on the outside with a black face and looks nice too, and it even fits under my countertop cabinets. It's only drawback to me so far is the power cord could be a little longer.
I've seen this on ebay for around 2x what I paid before I got mine, and that was also another reason that convinced me to get it. Plus I had a $10 off coupon for a $100 order which I used at the same time with other things I ordered!
Hope this helps. Any questions let me know or click me.