I tried the new 20191009.2/eoan-desktop-amd64.iso and I’m still having the same issue when I use the graphical installer. I installed with the graphical installer, selected ZFS, reboot, I still have only one menu entry for grub, which is the System Firmware menu entry.
From there I boot back into the live cd (USB, really), import the pools, bind things like /dev, chroot to rpool, update-grub, and it still has kernel initrd issues. And yes, they do exist in /mnt/boot (since I’m in chroot).
Here is the output from terminal, this is after I installed eoan and rebooted back to the USB installer.
Also, when you receive the warning message that your drive is about to be wiped, it shows that it will use Ext4, not ZFS. I attached three pictures of this, one before the warning without any typos, one is the actual warning with the typo, and another instance where the installer claims it’s using Ext4 instead of ZFS.
I had to make another pastebin for the pictures, since I can only post two links in a single post as I am a new user.
I have not yet tested this with a Virtual Machine yet. Maybe that gives different results? Or maybe I am missing something…