I'm using something right now called "Kleen King". They don't carry BKF at the commissary, and I just didn't feel like going to two stores this time around, so I'm trying it. It works pretty well. It may be worth a try....
I usually use the BKF with a bit of soap and water and my non-abrasinve sponge when I'm doing dishes. I used to have Towne Craft, and that's how they showed me to clean it, and it works well for me. Then the film washes away when I rinse, and I spray out my sink when I'm done washing dishes.
I also love my All-Clad, and agree with Uncle Bob about buying a retaiol-priced set. I made that mistake, and have a few pans that I don't use, and have had to buy a few more to complete my set.
The Baker's Catalogue offers cookware that I'm sure is All-Clad, but doesn't bear the name. They just kind of hint at it....
The May/June issue of Cook's Illustrated
has a review of cookware sets, as well as price comparisons, and their own recommendations for a set, and it's price. Too bad they didn't publish this two years ago when I bought my cookware.