Hello I saw a discussion about this great article: http://forums.egullet.org/topic/25717-understanding-stovetop-cookware/ which inspired me. I'm moving into a new house with a brand new kitchen and new induction hob. I cook a lot and want to change my intire cookware set (which is crap) to a great set. To do this I have saved up a lot of money. I want to make my set of tri-ply and disc bottom depending on the use. I live in denmark and my plan is to order them from e-dehillerin.fr. I'm thinking of making my set from the inox pro (pujadas i think) and Stainless steel kitchen ustensils (Mauviel) ranges. My list is long so made the list in this google docs document to make it easier to see: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11p8b12SbqnNJqGtJTgNybXYZ4SlYzI-ZwUKlCAJSQOk/edit?usp=sharing I'm especially interested in heearing if you think I have have made the right selections of which cookware is tri-ply and which is disc bottom. I mostly based this on, in which cookware food will have contact with the side (tri-ply) and which it will not (disc). I also like to hear if you think their is any cookware I need that is not on my list (mostly pots and pans), and all in all any recomendations or advice you might have. Also anybody know the pujadas and mauviel ranges? Thanks in advance, hope you all can help me. ps. I'm new to this forum, so I search the forum for an apropiate place to post my question, I'm not completely sure this is correct, so please feel free to move it to the correct place, sorry for any inconvinience.