You can see most bowls I have on this picture: http://www.hectorwong.com/roselevy/Bowls.html
From left to right and from top to bottom, the first set is a 4 piece nesting bowl made of easy to clean plastic I found in Italy. I love these bowls because they are yellow and have a fun edge. It is the bowl I use a lot when mixing salads or for snacking.
Then, you can see the largest of my standard 3 piece stainless steel bowl set is from Crate and Barrel, around $40. They are completely sturdy but lightweight. Shape is plain round, no handles. I don’t like handles nor spouts because they get in the way when wrapping with film. If I want something with a handle, I use my KA mixer bowls (not pictured), which I call my ultimate handled bowls.
In addition I have a set of 10 glass nesting bowls, Duralex. I used to have 3 sets, but a recent move made me garage sale a few. Pictures is one of the mid sizes.
My workhorse bowls are made by Amco, I have a couple of the 12 qt ones (pictured with my 15.3 cup IMBC grand marnier), and a couple of the 8 qt ones.
And ultimately, every soup/rice/cereal bowl l have doubles are smaller work bowls. I have the two sizes from Crate and Barrel Cafeware II, about 3 dozen each. These are the ones I reach for the most.
The next bowls I would by would be the Pourfect Bowls from Randy Kass.