We had a Sharp microwave when we got married over 27 years ago. It was built like a tank, and it had the most amazing sensor cooking settings - you just told it "frozen veg" or "jacket potato", no need to tell it any weights, and it cooked perfectly. It actually sensed the amount of heat and moisture coming from the food and cooked accordingly. It was very big, and it lasted us 20 years. We were very sad when it finally stopped heating efficiently and had to go, because modern machines just pale in to insignificance next to it. Having to actually tell a microwave how long to cook for, or what power level to use, or what weight of food we'd put in was completely foreign to us :-)
Anyway, after being rather disappointed with the LG we bought to replace ours, we returned to our favoured brand and we just bought this as a housewarming present for our son. It has a nice large internal capacity without being overly huge outside (not exactly The Tardis, but there is no unnecessary waste of space in the construction), and has plenty of settings and power levels as good as any modern machine. It also looks stylish and has a quality feel to it. I can't vouch for reliability yet, but it looks very good in our son's new smallish kitchen, very pleased. Good price too.