I prefer cooking on gas. Alternatively, I am rather fond of my Instant Pot (8qt) which I use several times a week (when I am inclined to cook). I've even cooked regular cakes, muffins, cornbread (at the same time as a batch of chili - it was so neat!) and "whomp-em on the counter" cinnamon rolls (it was an experiment which turned out surprisingly well).
I've cooked on electric as well as induction cooktops. I'm not a fan. I too think they are a downgrade. I suspect it is cheaper for manufacturers to install an electric induction cooktop instead of a gas cooktop and the accompanying LP system. While I do have a gas range now, if I ever got a rig that had an induction cooktop, I would most likely be changing it out for a gas cooktop (Amazon since I don't care for RV stores) and build an LP locker in a bay somewhere (instructions can be found on a marine website). But then I would want LP to power a small space heater in the bathroom (a small space) because sometimes you just don't want to run a generator. And I like a warm place to take a hot shower even during the summer when I wouldn't want to heat any place else in a camper.
I don't cook inside generally. I have 3 different outside cooking devices. I installed a second quick connection to facilitate running 2 of them at once. I use a 17 inch Blackstone that I will be getting rid of for a bigger model. I have a small grill that came with the camper and a 3 burner cooktop that came with the camper. All plug into the quick connects. I still have the regulator to use 1 lb cylinders with the Blackstone.