Things I like:
1) rounded bottom so I don't have to scrape out edges
2) cheaper than many pans
3) much lighter than the fancy Calphalon pans
4) no plastic handle on the opposite end which tend to smell and melt if put over the heat
5) my standard glass top fits on this pan. No need to buy a new top.
6) still big enough for my one pan skillet meals
I threw out my last pan because the teflon coating was starting to show wear, and I have safety concerns at that point.
A few thoughts about teflon
It is the only known surface a gecko can't stick to. (In case you ever have a gecko infestation.)
You should only use wood, silicone or plastic utensils to cook or serve when using teflon pans. (Metals will scratch the surface.)
Always put some kind of oil in the pan if heating before cooking. Teflon can give off dangerous gasses that cause flu-like symptoms when it reaches temperatures above 500 degrees. Oils will scorch well before that, which acts as a kind of temperature gauge. Never leave a teflon pan on heat unattended. It can get too hot very quickly. Otherwise, I approach teflon with common sense. Discard teflon pans that show wear, be careful with the heat and I believe its safe for our family to cook with, and so convenient!