VERY good. I did as others suggested and did a light dusting of flour first, then egg/milk, then crumb/cheese mixture. I had an assembly line going with my kids, one dusted each side with the flour, handed it off to the next who dipped the chop into the egg, then handed it to me so I could dip in the crumbs and place in the pan. Very cool :) The breading stayed on the chops and while it was crunchy, it was moist and tender on the inside. My husband said it's his favorite pork chop dish thus far! I made 7 chops this way, 3 were thicker, just under an inch, 4 were fairly thin, ALL were wonderful! I just made them in separate pans to account for the slight difference in cooking time.
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VERY good. I did as others suggested and did a light dusting of flour first, then egg/milk,...