I'm seriously considering investing in the Mauviel M'Heritage M250C Cookware set. Set includes:
1.9 qt Saucepan (6501.17)
1.9 qt Saucepan lid
3.2 qt Sauté pan (6502.25)
3.2 qt Sauté pan lid
10.2 in Frying pan / Skillet (6504.26)
I noticed it's about $100 cheaper than if you buy them individually. Since each piece is part of the M'héritage line they should all be 2.5mm thickness. I'm using really cheap pots & pans right now, and wouldn't mind switching to something better. I only cook for 1-2 people so size shouldn't be an issue. Obviously I'll have to continue using my cheap Stock Pot until I can afford something better. I know copper requires a little more upkeep, but I'm not overly concerned. Any other thoughts on the matter?