We've hauled around a GE Profile microwave since two houses ago. I bought it for $25 at the Habitat Homestore, but never had the right spot to install it. Readers here know I can't stand countertop clutter, so I'm thrilled that this built-in microwave will simplify the new kitchen. We had to remove the small cabinet above the stove first. Gotta love that '60s daisy wallpaper underneath! Of course, the secondhand microwave no longer had its mounting screws. We found heavy duty steel brackets to fasten it against the wall. My husband cut a shelf to bridge between cabinets. After I paint the exposed areas, I'll use it for cookbooks or a big tray.
The only problem is my standard cooking times have been burning things to a crisp. I'm just not used to nuking with that much power!