I like how passionate we can be about flat bits of metal
MG1s... Not as tough as some obviously, cast mag pedal bodies after all but they're not fragile any more than they're bombproof. One of mine is a wee bit bent out of shape and they're both scarred to hell but they keep going and they've had some pretty solid whacks. Some of those impacts, I wouldn't blame them at all if they'd broken but they didn't, so good stuff.
The Superstar ones seem good but never really given any of them a hard time, always just used them on borrowed bikes. The basic ones are a bit pricey though.
I just picked up a set of the Outland CNC flats, more or less on a whim. These ones:
Now, you look at the things and think they won't grip, only 6 pins per side, no edge pin (photo shows 5, they have 6 now). But since we're all wearing stupidly grippy shoes anyway, it turns out 6 pins is fine for me, and destroys my leg less when I'm careless pushing the damn bikes round the garage. Not got a longterm opinion, oh and the claimed weight is crooked but I'm pretty pleased so far. Need to give them a bit of a beating to be sure, so far they've scraped but not suffered.