Personally I only use Oakley. I've had a few brands over the years and they just work best.
However, most of the reason I feel they work best is because they feel most comfortable on my face. I say treat it like boots, go to a store with a wide selection of different frames and try all of the ones you are interested on. In my case, a couple goggles felt dramatically more comfortable, like they were made for my face. They were Crowbars and O frames, and I just got my first pair of crowbars after rocking the O frames for 4 years. For you it might be different though.
Any difference in lens quality is probably going to be negligible, as long as you buy high quality gogs they are going to keep the fog out, and that is really all that matters. So just try on tons of frames and find which you like best. If you really like the way a lens looks just remember that it is most likely possible to get that lens in a different frame.