My husband's grandfather has one of those induction ones. I don't know if I like it. His one in particular, I'm not sure which brand it is, turns off once it reaches a certain temperature then turns back on again when the temperature drops a bit. I don't know how much that affects cooking, but the idea is a bit weird. You've also got to be careful with the sort of appliances you use on it as well as the cleaning products you use as it scratches easily.
I have an electric hob and oven. I very much prefer electric to gas, as I'm petrified of the fire risk with a gas oven and also the damage that leaking gas can do to your lungs. I also think an electric hob is easier to clean.
We have an electric 1, which has stopped working, We now have 1 like Jonaj's. Ours have glass plates, but I only use 1 now, as the left hand 1 is cracked. Luckily my husband hasn't noticed. I also use the microwave every evening as well. Our 2 daughters have gas. I could cook on 1 the eldest daughters 1, but not the other daughter 1. Anyway, the 2nd daughter & her partner insist on doing on the cooking when we visit, (from interstate. We just make our percolated coffee on it, when they go to work!