Hello, I looked through some of the threads here and you look like a bright bunch, so here's my question. I have a very poor floorplan in my house, which results in the kitchen sink/dishwasher being caddy-corner from the water heater. The full run for the piping goes from the water heater in the garage, up the internal wall, through the attic, down the external wall on the opposite side of the house, then finally into the kitchen. This results in two major problems: 1) It takes a lonnnnnnng time for hot water to reach the kitchen. 2) As the weather outside gets colder, the water in the lines cools down during the dishwasher's wash cycle. So even if I run the sink to get hot water to the kitchen prior to running the dishwasher, by the time it runs the rinse cycle it is using cool water again. So my question is this, should I be looking at a new dishwasher with internal temperature controls/monitoring? Or should I be shopping for a supplemental tankless/small-tank water heater for in the kitchen? And do you have a suggestion for the best model of whichever you propose? Thank you so much!