A cast iron woman...I like em too, got a full set.
However, I just got my first ceramic saute-skillet. Just as a test, I got it hot, (no oil) broke an egg in it, and let it fry.
With a quick motion I flipped the egg (no spatula) Of course the yolk broke at that point.
As I swirled the egg around the skillet it picked up any trails of the broken yolk. Nothing stuck to the skillet.
I buttered some bread and toasted it in the skillet. It was the perfect egg sandwich, which I consumed on the way to work.
Got to have at least one old fashioned cast iron skillet. But like you, hey....non-stick skillets are great.
Above the recipe for my pic...It's called garlic potato gratin.
Teflon, ceramic, whatever, the proper way to fry or scramble an egg is either in bacon or sausage grease, or butter. Lots of it.