After cooking about a hundred eggs and slices of bacon in this pan, I think it’s fair to say that the coating does its job. The coating is PFOA-free, and has a 3-layer Dupont Platinum coating. This helps with keeping the coating on for a longer time in comparison to other pans. But where it really stands out is the Plasma Primer. This is infused with Titanium, which sounds scary, but is really just something they use to ensure the nonstick surface stays working properly. Misen says it is 2.5x more effective than traditional primers—I’m not sure about that but the surface definitely works better than my other pans. Pieces of bacon and slivers of broccoli, onions, and peppers float around on this thing like they are on ice skates—it’s beautiful to watch. Beyond the coating, the handle is ergonomic, and has a nice textured underside, so I don’t feel like I’m going to drop the pan—which is always nice. The pan is available in a 10-inch, 8-inch, and 12-inch. Personally, I feel like the 10-inch is the perfect middle ground—you can cook pretty much anything in it.