I've been cooking on my CC 36" open burner free standing range with griddle and rotisserie for 15 months now and thought I would give you the pros and cons of the unit, as I see them. I am an avid cook, but not professional.
It is a very handsome unit, and heavy at 450 lbs. Get it level and in place the first time!
Range Top and Griddle work great. Easy disassembly for cleaning. Give the griddle a good 15-20 minute preheat as you would expect.
To saute and simmer is a breeze. Oven cooks evenly with only one hotspot that I can find.
Griddle cleans up nicely and drip tray is easy to remove and clean.
Had one ignitor replaced first month I owned it because it keeps "clicking" on simmer. Capital sent out a technician and he fixed it. Others ignitors "fire" sometimes too and I have to move the pot to another burner because it gets annoying. I sent Capital another request for repair and never heard back from them. Guess I'll have to fix it myself. (yes, the ignitor and burner are dry)
Oven vents directly out the front of the unit, so don't plan to bake anything with people gathered in the kitchen on a warm day; it will run you out of there. On the flip side, you can have supplemental heating in the house on a cold winter day.
Rotisserie is very well built, but unusable. Used it once with a chicken and it created such a chicken fat mess that there was actually a fire in the oven. Spent 3 hours cleaning the darn thing.
Ball bearings on the oven racks do not operate smoothly. Sometimes you have to jerk it to get it rolling...very dangerous.
Knob graduations and font are very small and hard to see, which works ok for the range since you can look at the flame.
All in all, we've learned to love it, but at $7000 I didn't expect some of these things. Maybe I'm just expecting too much.
I can't say I would buy another one.