The other day I had to replace my dishwasher. I've done a few of these before, so it isnt a problem for me. After installing the new one, I was tucking away the paperwork when I decided to peruse the instruction sheet. Now it's been a while since I've read instructions on anything, and it used to be that they were text only with no pictures (and the text would typically be printed in several languages to accomodate everybody). The written instructions would be easy to follow, such as "shut off circuit breaker" or "using a 5/16" socket, disconnect the...." This particular instruction sheet was pictures only, with no text. There were pics of the dishwasher, with arrows pointing to certain hookups, or pointing the direction I was supposed to push it under the counter, a water shutoff valve with a slash drawn through it, etc..... My rant is if I had to rely on the "instructions", they would have confused me more than they would have helped me. Pictures are nice, but some text would be helpful too. Anyone else run into something similar??