Bathroom sinks are hard to deal with. I needed a small sink that was good enough to shave in but small enough to let a woman put her make-up on without getting in the way too much. I was also limited by the space for the vanity, so I ended up with a tiled area and a small but well-designed sink. The faucet seemed like it might be a problem, since I hate those "flat" faucets you can't get a decent sized glass under. I also needed it to fit the sink, so I figured to spend too much money or end up with something I didn't like. Good ol' Lowe's came through by stocking a nice chrome finish faucet with a decent raised neck at a price I could handle.
Moen has a really fine reputation for being easy to use and versatile in design. This faucet is no exception. The handles come in two versions and the drain comes with the faucet, as does the "stopper" handle. It went on easily, didn't leak a drop, and has performed perfectly since that day.
Chrome finishes are the easiest to clean, as well. Theirs seems even easier than other manufacturer's products. I believe it is because they don't scrimp on the thickness of the chrome plating. You can scrub this one with a non-abrasive cleanser (like Bon-Ami) and not rub the chrome off. That's really good for hard water areas like I live in.
If you are looking for fixtures for your bath or kitchen, start with Moen. You won't be disappointed.