The purchase of a Balmuda counter-top oven was the best “home improvement” decision of the pandemic era. Everything about its construction quality, design, and (most importantly) performance is beyond satisfying. (I bought mine direct, but it’s also available via Amazon.)
I’m not trying to sell you one, so I’ll only mention one of the outstanding features — steam heat. By adding a dollop of water, the toaster fills with steam during its cycle and the result is heavenly.
However, as is common with Japanese products, it is substantially smaller than other toaster ovens on the market. So if you want extra pans to use with it, there is a good chance they’ll be too big to work with the oven.
Here are two that I’ve personally verified as working well:
(Make sure you get the two-inch height cake pan, the pan that is three-inches tall won’t work.)