Kohler faucet you have? Is that what you are saying?
When I went to replace one of my toilets, I visited a local Home Depot. They have an entire row dedicated to toilets. Holy cow, to someone like me, it was overwhelming. Fortunately, it was a slow day and a clerk came along and asked me if he could help me. I asked, "should I buy this $50 toilet or this $400 toilet or something in between?" He said to forget the price and go with Kohler. He said I would never have a problem with it. I said I'd heard that low flow toilets sometimes have to be flushed numerous times to work right. He said, "go with Kohler and you won't have that problem." He was right.
Now if that holds up for faucets (Kohler and Moen), I'm done and just have to settle for one of their styles. I was hoping to hear that another brand compares favorably qualitywise. I don't mind spending a little extra as long as I get a fancier style without sacrificing quality.
And again to the crowd, are we saying the same thing about sinks? I don't want scratches or chips or noise shortly after installing. I'm spending a lot of money on this remodel. Putting in a low quality faucet or sink would be disappointing.