Hmm...there are only a few that I have heard of.
Options Interchangeable Nickel Plated from KnitPicks.com
Denise Interchangeable Knitting Needles
and of course
Addi Click Interchangeable Needles
I have the Boye Needlemaster set and haven't really had a problem.I've been using them for most of my Christmas knitting with no issues.Some people say that the join isn't smooth enough on the smallest needles because of a weird shape in the join, but I didn't have a problem.The only thing I didn't like was that there was a bit of plastic around one needle from manufacturing that I removed with an X-Acto knife I had around for my models.(I make a ton of model tanks).I haven't had another problem with the join,but some people say that they unscrew when you're knitting.This might just be because they didn't tighten them enough(comes with a pin and grip pad).
I've heard most people absolutely love the knitpicks needles.I've heard of the joins breaking a LOT but I have also heard that every one of those cases was fixed by the site.They always fix the problem and send you a new set.I think most of those were probably just accidents from over tightening or misuse.
The Denise Set has received quite a bit of mixed reviews.I've heard it on entirely different sides of the spectrum, but no specific issues.I think that most people don't like them because they are plastic; at least, that's why I didn't buy them. Most of the people that do buy them love that they are completely safe for flying.
Addi Clicks are also very popular...but I haven't been able to find any concrete reviews.Most of them just say they're great but don't really mention why. For this reason, I was never too interested in them.Maybe someone here will mention the pros and cons to this brand.My guess is a lot of people just kind of assumed they were great because they had paid so much for them XD as seems to be the issue with most overpriced things in life.
I got my set because I didn't want to spend a lot and because I liked the needle sizes it came with-which is something you should look at when comparing sets. I didn't like that some sets only came with size 4 or 5 as their smallest size and required that you purchase other sizes separately.Completely defeated the purpose of buying a "set" to me.
Also, Don't forget about youtube! A lot of people post product reviews on there.