Columbia Sportswear is located in the PNW, where it is known to rain a bit during the mid-November to end of February winter rainy season. Its rain jackets, as well as Redington and Helly Hanson, are designed to stand up to these rather wet and cold conditions. Like I said earlier, some of the Columbia Sportswear and Helly Hanson stuff is not breathable, but they are waterproof, wears and holds up very well, and are great value at around $50-$65.00. And the breathable ones from Redington, Columbia Sportswear, and Helly Hanson are equally good value and well keep you dry and not stuffy since they are breathable. And they sell for around $100-130.00.
But don't sell Frogg Toggs short, they have an excellent product. Granted it is light weight, but is very durable, will keep you dry all day long, and are very reasonably priced. They were developed for southeast duck hunters, who are known to stay out is very wet weather for hours. The downside, they come in sort of a funky camoflage that some folks don't like.