A couple of years ago I bought this set http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=&SKU=14506683&RN=2285
at BB&B and it's lasted through a lot of use. The 10-inch skillet is used about five days a week, sometimes more than once a day. Clean up is easy, and the cooking surface looks almost new. The skillet goes in the oven, is used for omelets and frittatas, stir fry and sauté, and my cat sometimes sits in it. While it's used hard, it's treated carefully - no metal utensils are used, it doesn't go in the dishwasher, sponges are not really abrassive.
The down side is that I'd prefer a slightly
greater slope to the sides, more along the lines of my French carbon steel pan which I use for serious
omelet making, but another pan, highly recommended by the esteemed <LOL> Cook's Illustrated team of expert testers, has even straighter sides and is not as good in the oven, and cost even more than one of the pans in this set (2 for $49.00).
It's possible that you can get a better non-stick skillet, but this set is a fine value and it has outlasted numerous other non-stick skillets I've owned. Afriend has a more expensive Calphalon non-stick, and mine is in better shape than hers http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=104352&RN=2285
, although hers is a bit thicker and heavier, which depending on how you cook and your preferences, may be a plus. I like these skillets enough that, since BB&B has 'em available again at the same price I paid two years ago, I may just go ahead and buy another set the next time I'm at the store.