This is a great pan and cleans up very easy, but after a few uses, the non-stick coating began coming off the metal inserts. The pan itself has shown no deterioration. I wash the pan in the dishwasher, and the individual pieces by hand. I have more than one of these pans and the same thing has happened with at least 40 percent of the pieces. If this pan were offered without a nonstick coating, I would repurchase it.
UPDATE: February 2012
I contacted Chicago Metallic and they sent me four replacement pan sets a few months ago along with instructions not to soak the individual pieces when washing them. I have followed their instructions and so far the nonstick coating is not coming off. When I was washing them before, I would let them soak in warm water with mild dish soap for no more than one hour. Now I am rinsing the baked on food off (it comes off easily), then I wash all the pieces, then rinse, and lay them on a towel and blot them dry. I use four pans at once so I am cleaning 48 individual pieces - a pain I know, but these pans allow a nice presentation for your baked goods and it's worth the effort. I own seven Chicago Metallic pans and will continue to add more as I need them. Chicago Metallic makes a high quality product and I can see a pan lasting 20 years, instead of three or four that a lessor quality pan would.
If I could change the number of stars that I rated this product, I would now up it to FOUR STARS. The only reason that I would not now give it five stars is due to the extra care/time that I have to take cleaning the individual inserts (I HATE handwashing dishes).