We had to replace the dishwasher.
Old - GE Profile (now Haier). Years old and was still working, but got damaged when being pulled out for something else.
New - Whirlpool. BTW, if one randomly picked other brands, very likely, it is still a Whirlpool (Amana, Jenn-Air, KitchenAid, Maytag, Whirlpool, etc etc). This is known in marketing as the P&G soap-trick - pick whatever soap brand, it is likely to be still P&G.
We get appliances with middle-level feature, neither top/bottom of the line.
What surprised us was that in the name of "energy/water efficiency" and "progress":
1. The new "Normal" is 3-5 hour cycle plus 30-45 min added for Heated/Extended Dry.
2. Old "Normal" looks like "Quick Wash" now, 1-hr cycle plus 30-45 min for Heated/Extended Dry.
3. Wife complained about dishes not fully dry after the cycle completion. On web search, I found 2 tricks - (a) Use "Temp Boost" and/or "Extended Dry" (there goes any energy efficiency), (b) Leave door slightly ajar for better air circulation after cycle completion (a definitely low-tech solution; shouldn't its normal circulation vent do this? Also read that some top of the line models now leave the door slightly ajar when the cycle ends and people pay up for that kind of low-tech becoming high-tech).
All dishwasher federal ratings are based on this awful new "Normal", so that forces competitive compliance by all.
We typically don't leave the house for errands if some appliances are running, so we may just use less efficient "Quick Wash". If snowbound at home in Winter (this is Chicago area after all!), we may try the new "Normal" cycle that seeming would take forever.
End of the rant, but hopefully, also some useful info if one is in the market for a new dishwasher.