I have a set of the Wolfgang Puck cookware I got years ago, before they were available on HSN (otherwise I would probably have overlooked them, assuming they were on a par with Ginsu knives and all that.) At the time I bought it, it was the largest set. 27 pieces, or something like that. It included stainless spoons, whisks, spatulas, and so on, as well.
I'm not ashamed to admit that I love them. They cook very well, and evenly. They are easy to maintain. And, the set came with plenty of nice, heavy glass lids, which is important to me, as they really hold the heat in.(no need to wrap them in towels when cooking rice, and so on) Also, although I've dropped lids a few times, both on hardwood and linoleum, I've never managed to break one, or indeed even damage the metal edges. In fact, I have not managed to ruin even one piece that came with the set, and I have had them for at least five years, probably more.
Ordinarily I would not advocate buying sets of cookware, as they often contain things you will rarely use, if ever. But, I found the selection in this set to be quite practical. Of course, some pieces I use more often than others, but all items in the set have seen a good deal of use at this point, and there is nothing I wish I didn't have, or that I have wished I had something else instead of.
Everything is durable, oven-safe, and it is, all-in-all, one of the best purchases I have ever made.I will no doubt be passing these down to my children, and that's a pretty good thing, for a set that only cost me about $300.00