Already did and nearly 10 years already. Our new apartment is built in a zone that gas installation is forbidden. At first it was difficult as I liked my gas stove in Paris. Now when I have to use fire in others homes, I find induction heats up faster than fire, most obvious with boiling water for pasta, for example. I feel cooking with fire a bit “slow”.
Downside, cannot use clay pots with the induction…although I read that some newer more expensive pots include a metal disc that can work on an induction top. Another down side that no copper ware with induction may affect some, but I didn’t own any (although I was curious to try).
The aluminium Bialetti moka pot needs an adapter on induction. I have a second Bialetti pot that is adapted to induction in stainless steel, but problem the surface is too small to activate the range.