Hi sandking and welcome to Discuss Cooking!!
I have had several non-stick pans but never a really expensive one. When the non-stick finish begins to scratch and chip off I just buy another one. :oops: And there are very few things I actually use non-stick for anyway.
I can't recommend a particular brand of pan but I will suggest that your daughter hang onto her receipt and warranty if she needs to use them to replace it. I usually end up misplacing or throwing away my receipts and have "lost out" several times :(
If I hear anything about these two brands I will let you know.
"Count yourself...you ain't so many" - quote from Buck's Daddy