I use skillets a lot, and I'm always trying out new ones. I have them in cast iron, enameled cast iron, stainless steel, Calphalon, All-Clad, etc. etc. I even have some from that crazy town in Normandy where they make all those top-of-the-line copper pans. I was in a kitchen store recently and a TV was set up showing a video of TV Chef Michael Symon touting a new line of Calphalon pans under the brand name "Unison." Although I liked what I saw in Synon's demo, they were expensive, so I passed.
A couple of weeks later, I was in a Homegoods store and saw an 8" plus a 10" Unison skillet combo for $30! I bought them and have never looked back. These are the best skillets I've ever used. They come in two varieties, one called "Slide" to which nothing will stick, and one called "Sear" for searing meat. I have the Slide variety and have found it works fine for searing meat, so I don't see the need to get both.
The pricing on these pans is insane. The 8" skillet MSRP is $100, the 10" $125 and the 12" $150. As I said, I paid $30 for both the 8" and 10", an 87% discount over the MSRP. I just checked online for the 12" model and found prices range from $48 to $200. My message is clear. If you do much sautéing, get these pans, but do your homework if you are interested in saving money.