I have found, too, that you get what you pay for. The Motherhood bras, are, well, what you pay for, in my experience.
I liked my Medela best when I was nursing a lot. It had a hook on the shoulder strap, but the hook was plastic and very easy to use with one hand. And there was good support around the bottom and edge, and the straps weren't too thin. The only thing I didn't like about it was that there wasn't great definition. But with the plastic clip, I didn't care.
I like Leading Lady bras, too (all cotton is nice when you're milky and sweaty most of the time), but that metal hook on the shoulder strap is a bear to use.
Bravados are okay. I find the coverage is not enough for me, and the support is terrible. The bottom elastic also folds over permanently on all of mine, which makes the support even worse. And at night while side-lying, the top boob falls out, which is a pain, especially if you've got any pads in there.
Why can't someone just make a good nursing bra that's widely available? I'm off to check out the Yes! bras now....
And Moms in Mind has some nursing tanks that would be nice under a cardigan in March/April/May, sort of Glamourmom style, but much less pricey. I'm thinking nursing in a sling is going to be much easier this time with those!
Kam, mamamama! to Meg and one more