This is a replacement for a B&D toaster oven that quit working after over seven years. I expected the features to be the same but there are some differences. I mistakenly misread the spec's and thought that the timer was 60 minutes, it is only 30 minutes. A minor inconvenience which can be resolved using other timers. Thinking, also, that this was similar to the older oven was a mistake. Although the price was a little higher than the old oven some features are different. For instance setting the toast settings requires more expertise on the proper setting for toast. A little too high from the light setting and the toast is overdone. This was not the same with the old oven as it was not difficult to get the correct toast setting, ever. The old oven placed the rack on the bottom for toast and the new oven places it in the middle. Not much of a problem if you remember to put the rack in the right slot for toast and if you don't the toast doesn't toast correctly on the top side. Overall baking with convection works the same as the old oven. Just would have liked to see the same features as our old oven.
Do not waste your money. It has fake convection, meaning it is not heat-forced. It just has a fan to circulate the air that's in the oven. Therefore, my cookies and cornbreads do not heat evenly, as they should with convection. Yes, a 9X12 pan will easily fit. But, you will have to keep opening the oven and turning the pan while cooking. Also, if your recipe says 30 minutes, you will have to cook 1 or 1-1/2 hours! I'm going to return this junk. (I bought this oven from a different retailer, but it's the same oven as sold by Sears.)