I agree with every positive review given for the JT369, fantastic time saver as well. I don't have very much space in my kitchen but this fitted in very well.
After spending time on 'hit and miss' cooking as there are no specific time and food charts i spent hours searching Amazon the Whirlpool and other sites that sell this model and eventually managed to get a Jet Chef 369 Cook Chart, i assume it should work with other models of this type.
When i first bought this MW my mind boggled at the instructions that came with it, absolutely confusing and no help to me at all.
I've uploaded a Jet Chef cooking chart, it gives Type of food, Amount, Settings and hints for Grilling, Crisping, Steaming, Roasting, Convection, Reheating etc. to Megashares, it's a small pdf 1mb download and you don't need an account there as small files you can download for free. Jet Chef chart.pdf
EDIT: I've managed to find some pdf files to download from the Whirlpool New Zealand site.
VT266 and the GT series are the ones that give the best and easiest to understand, even tells you the times and settings for bacon and eggs! which are not given with the JT369. I've used the times and settings given with quite a few of the recipes and they work for the JT369
The Joy Peel Whirlpool crispngrill (she demonstrates them for Whirlpool NZ) cookery book seems to be only obtainable from NZ. [...]. Book plus postage to UK totals £25.46. Worth every penny!
I hope this helps prospective and recent buyers of the machines!