Chuck, thanks for remembering and posting the link to my dishwasher install blog post!
Michael, glad you found the info helpful! Good idea tapping off the TV circuit for power on the DEQ. If your remove the floor of the cabinet under the sink, or under where the dishwasher will go, you may also find some additional junction boxes. But the TV is probably a perfect solution since there will be an outlet already installed for it somewhere close by. We had the DW on the same circuit as the fridge and there was never an overload. Max load that the DW will draw I believe is 5 Amps (at 120 volts).
Also, I think my post indicated the Add-A-T was available at Lowes, not all Lowes stores stock them so keep that in mind and plan ahead.
For the stain, ask about the shipping cost, it may be excessive due to it being "hazardous" material. Also note that the factory stain (at least the stuff they shipped me) is not wiping stain like you normally buy at retail. It's water thin and designed to be sprayed on and not wiped off. I used one of those cheap Preval sprayers
you can get in Home Depot.
If you use Entegra provided stain, practice on some scraps or be ready to wipe it off with thinner, as it is easy to lay it on too heavy and make the wood too dark. You might get a pretty close match from a stock paint store stain or by mixing a couple of stock stains. If your finish is a dark one you might possibly get away with just painting the filler strips flat black. Also you may want to check out if you can just buy a short piece of prefinished "rail" or "stile" wood from Entegra parts - if you have a good tabelsaw you can then just rip it to the correct width and not need to futz around with a stain match.
FYI our 2017 Aspire has the factory installed Fisher-Paykel with the wood front, our 2013 self-installed model was the "Classic" with the stainless front. Maybe the wood front looks more integrated, but operationally we MUCH preferred the stainless front model. It has a display and buttons on the front that make controlling it much easier and intuitive. The remote control on the wood front model we have now is a PITA.
Note Fisher-Paykel has come out with a newer model, DD24SAX9, which looks like it has an enhanced control panel. Not sure what else might be different so look into that.
Lastly, if you have the propane cooktop this probably won't apply to you, but for those that have the induction cooktop, it looks like there is more vertical space underneath it, even with the storage drawer there. On my 2017 Aspire there is an additional 2" tall filler strip installed horizontally in the cabinetry under the dishwasher - that probably means there is enough vertical cabinet height on those models to install the "Tall" version of the Fisher-Paykel which is only 1.75" taller on the exterior. The standard version accommodates up to 11.5" plates, the tall version up to 13" plus it has several other features. IMO it would be worth the extra $$'s.
Good luck with your project!