I did a lot of research before buying my current nonstick pans, and a lot of high-end cookware manufacturers use titanium-ceramic mixes for their nonstick coatings. Although I don't have a complete set of cookware that's nonstick, I love my frypans, which are by a company called Fissler. They use their own titanium-ceramic mix which is quite durable, and it was rated highest in Germany in a comparison test of high-end European cookware, plus they're still made in Germany (high-quality manufacturing). I ended up choosing my pan, called Fissler Alux, because of the test rating and a friend's recommendation after using his pans for years with very little wear. I bought mine in a specialty shop, but I just noticed that they're on amazon now. You might check out the company's website, it's Fissler USA
. I would certainly check ratings of the cookware that you're considering, tests are a useful tool!