I totally second @Boxerluv
I've got the ruffwear front range for my two girls (and I will be getting one for my boy in due time) and I absolutely adore them. They're well padded, very adjustable and have both front and back attachment pieces (you know, the part you clip a leash to).
Ruffwear webmaster is also amazing if you have a dog who can easily slip a harness.
Depends what you want the harness for, really. I have had Tessa in a freedom no pull when we were still learning LLW and she now has graduated to the Ruffwear front range harness - I wouldn't trust the Ruffwear's front clip on this harness with a big dog who is a heavy puller, Instead I'd start with the freedom or Easy walk and graduate to it.
FIY: I chose the freedom no pull because it has velvet on the under straps and that is easier on my labs arm pit area.
I also recommend Ruffwear. My puppy tried to roll on the to take it off when he first wore it at 9/10 weeks old (wanted him to get use to the feeling of harness). Now is wears it with no problem and can walk around it inside the house all day with no fuss. Posted via Mobile Device
We have Julius K9, and really like it. I like how the IDC harness layer lower on the chest so it is much more comfortable than many other harnesses. Also I like how easy it is to put on, it is just one buckle.