Here are some quarts that have graced the fridge at work as of late:
This is a sweeter milk that really added nice flavor to oatmeal and tea/coffee. I liked this one a lot because it was thick and creamy like soy milk and had 2 grams of protein and adequate calcium to boot. (~$2.50 on sale)
Pearl Soy Milk
For something that was $1, I thought it was pretty good. I thought it was slightly creamier than the average soymilk I've had, though that probably comes from the extra calories it has versus other soymilks. Being organic is a plus. I know Pearl comes in a bunch of other flavors, but I am not adventurous enough to try because I usually don't drink soy milk alone. Love the vitamin and protein boost, though!
I first tried this when Tea Time brought it over one day, and I wanted to put some non-dairy beverage into my decaf. My first impression is that the taste was a little "grassy"? Definitely not as thick or chock full of vitamins as the other two, and even though the "saturated fat" content is mostly "healthy," it makes me weary. Still, I wanted to give this a fair shot and got it for $1.69 (after coupon) at Whole Foods.
I found this to be a thicker and creamier than the other milks, though for some reason I can't get over the fact that it's... coconut. Makes me think I'm drinking up a bunch of fat, but as you can see, besides the saturated fat issue, it's not too bad nutritionally. Not a big fan of the taste, but texture-wise, it's close to that of milk.