We're shopping around for a new gas range/stove/cooker.
For around $500, you can get a GE that's full of electronics.
At about $2K, the Bosch has less electronics, but the oven controls are still all touchpad/encoder.
For around $3K or so, it's a Thermadore or a Viking with a little electronics. The Thermadore does a cheap trick to increase the turndown ratio, electronic cycling of the burners.
For really big bucks, ballpark $5K, you can get a Wolf with hardly any electronics... just the ignitor system.
The Duro NXR looks OK, for about $2K. Good construction, good turndown, very little electronics.