Hey all, it's the FNG with the kitchen remodel! WooHoo! We bought a GE double wall oven to replace the electric range that's going bye-bye. Will I need to run an additional 220V line? I haven't opened the box yet to see what connections are required. Just looking into the future a bit. This will be one of the last things we install in the new kitchen. Also, we're putting in a gas cooktop, also from GE. I'm almost positive this is an electric-light appliance. This should be regular 110V, right? Would I be OK breaking off one of the main kitchen outlets to feed this? I would think so, but I'm not 100% sure. Lastly, what kind of pipe/tubing can I use to run the new gas line to the cooktop? I had a professional install a valved nipple off my gas main, but it's about 25 linear feet from where the cooktop will be in the kitchen. Can I use flexible the whole way, or should I plan on hanging iron pipe all the way to the kitchen floor, then using flexible the last 3-4 feet? Thanks!