While researching good non-stick, non-PFOA cookware, I kept coming across EarthPan II in ConsumerReports and other credible places. I have to admit that I was skeptical, given their comparatively low price and high marks.
I've had the pan about 4 weeks now, and so far, I am really impressed. It looks good, it feels good (I expected a much lighter, thinner-feeling pan based on some of the reviews, but it's actually a fairly substantial pan), and cooks well with nice, even heat distribution.
Best of all, clean up is incredibly easy and I love that I can throw it in the dishwasher if I'm feeling lazy or pressed for time.
The only downside, so far, is that I feel that the handle is too narrow. If you like to pick the pan up to stir contents, or even get fancy and flip a pancake with out a spatula, the pan is wide and the handle is so narrow that it feels unstable; the handle wants to spin in your hand and send your food flying. Nit-picking, sure. But I thought I would pass that along.