I am looking at an 800 series Bosch Dishwasher. The worst I have read about them is they do not have a conventional heating element so the dishes do not dry as quick, nor thoroughly. I can deal with this. I need something that is reliable and can withstand a lot of use, 2 to 3 loads a day, many days. Lets say on average 12 loads a week. We have a Maytag MDB4949smd and its 2 years old and has had the following issues 1.Upper wash arm channel fell apart- Common design defect 2. One Wash arm bushings wore out/ disintegrated,other is right behind, have to buy the whole wash arm 3.Grinder blade hub broke, blade has 10 year warranty labor not covered. And.... 4- and this is the biggie, The Maytag does not have a steam vent so to dry, steam condenses on the wall of the dishwasher and runs to the drain, the problem is the water fill mechanism is basically a glorified funnel to provide an air gap so you cant get dirty water into the fresh water fill line and into your water supply. This is open to the atmosphere somewhat and some steam escapes in between the left side of the washer and the cabinet, ruining the cabinet and causing a water damage issue on the cabinet and possible mold damage. This is a common issue with no fix, a design defect. Kitchen aid, Maytag and whirlpool and some kenmores have this exact design. People either do not use the washer enough for it to be an issue, or have the issue and do not know. We didn't know we had an issue until a few days ago when I removed the unit to remove the grinder blade for inspection/repair. So the Bosch also uses a condensate system to dry the dishes and I am OK with that if its a better design than the Maytag. I can Find no noted issues with the Bosch as far as steam escaping the washer anywhere. I just dont want to spend 1k on a new dishwasher to have another set of issues. The Bosch is Made in the USA which is important to me, but at this point I will Go Korean (LG) if they are superior. The Maytag is made in the USA and is junk not due to bad assembly, but bad design. Anyone have a recommendation, comment or suggestion? I liked the GE 620 series dishwasher, but many complaints of some problem that results in water leakage on the floor. Not going to chance buying another piece of junk, especially if there is a common failure mode that pukes water on the floor. MAYTAG=NEVER AGAIN.