Welcome to DC!
I love lodge, and am saving up for a lodge oven, non-enameled to use both at home and at camp. I have two lodge pans and love them, my 12" lodge is the one cooking tool I'd take to a desert island.
However I have a paula deen enameled 5 quart cast iron oven that is also a workhorse in my kitchen. My wife and I have very different schedules, so large cassaroles, lasagna, twice baked pasta, and stews are central to our diet, the Deen gets used more than everything except the lodge pan, though the pressure cooker has been catching up recently.
It is #3 reviewed here, which is also a good solid review:
5 Great Dutch Ovens: And 10 Recipes to Put Them to Work â€” Dutch Ovens 2011 | The Kitchn
So, about my Deen oven, the pros are:
Cheap, I got mine for $20 on sale (it did have a small nick in the enamel from shopwear, which I didn't care too much about.). I have seen perfect new ones as low as $25. As I got it for so cheap, I really don't worry about it that much. I'll take it to potlucks etc...
Decent performance. Cooks even and well, cleans up easy, haven't had any problems with durability, and it gets beaten around a lot. It once spent a good week kicking around in the back of my SUV with a bunch of camping gear because I was too lazy to unload everything, no chips etc...
Pretty blue color, makes and OK serving dish, as it matches my 'fancy' china. (a mismatched set of handthrown plates from various potter friends that all tend to wards blue or green. )
I don't think it is as good or high quality as a La Cruset or some of the others, I have to regularly tighten the phillips screw that holds on the handle for the top for instance, I carry a swiss army knife in my pocket pretty much all the time (unless I"m on or getting on a plane), so it really isn't a hassle for me, give it a twist when I need it, but might annoy some.
Paula Deen is kind of a bad person, and to get the deals I've seen that take it below $30 means shopping at a Target, K-mart, or Wallmart, which I try to avoid because I'm an unrealistic idealist hippie that wastes my money tilting at windmills.
It is enameled. I know you specified you wanted yours enameled, but for me this is a drawback, as I can't use it in a campfire, or on charcoal. Sole reason I am saving up for a lodge.
Hope this helps...