Really excellent SS pans for the money...
If you are in the market for a new pan, I would highly recommend going to your local Walmart and if you have one where you live, and getting one of these Tramontina tri-ply clad pans. I think the 8" was around $22.00 and this stuff is every bit as good as All-clad from what I have seen.
I've looked at the AC closely, and I actually prefer the Tramontina handles. There are forums such as at Chowhound where this stuff is actually picked up the nickname "Wal-Clad" because it is so good.
Of course if name brand is your thing, you are probably aware of the deals available at TJ Maxx and Marshalls, but you still might dislike the AC handles as I did, and the price is usually a lot more pricey than the Wal-Clad Tramontina stuff. Just make sure it is good thick tri-ply clad stuff (make sure the tri-ply goes right up the sides of the pan), and you should have it for a lifetime.
If I'm repeating info that is elsewhere on the forums, forgive me. I just love these pans so much, that I tell everyone about them, lol.
As a final thought, if you have quality clad cookware already, but food is sticking, you might only need some barkeeper's friend to get it back to like new. That's what I use on my stuff, and so long as you deglaze when you are done cooking, the gunk comes right off and the pans look like new. I'm not sure that storing SS with oil is going to do anything but cause rancid oil to build up in it, making things worse for you.
All the best!