I got a small one at Target. One of the thick ones (some of them are really thin). I really like it, for what it is: a non-stick pan. Truth is personally, I use non-stick pans less and less, in fact I don't use that one much at all anymore, but my wife still likes to use it to quickly whip up a meal for our toddler. She really likes that pan.
However, it's a bit expensive. That's fine because it's thicker than a regular non-stick, teflon style pan, but I'm not sure how long the surface is going to last. Apparently about the same as any non-stick, which is about 1-2 years with moderate use. We've had it for over a year and it's starting to show signs of wear despite exclusive use of wooden tools in it.
Still seems like a much better choice when compared to a teflon style pan. Keep in mind I'm talking about the THICK version of the green pan. That one: Amazon.com: GreenPan Stockholm Skillet - 8" - Non-stick: Home & Garden
(BTW that's TOTALLY OVERPRICED. We paid about $30 at Target).