I'm designing a motor drive circuit: microprocessor PWM -> driver -> MOSFET -> DC motor. It's going to see very light duty -- no more than4A DC to a little motor -- but it seems to be just above the threshold for monolithic H-bridge amplifiers.
Between what DigiKey has available and what seems good I'm circling around the HIP4082. It drives four MOSFETS in an H-bridge directly, it looks (somewhat) price-effective, it's good to 200kHz, and it doesn't look like it'll contribute too many screwy behaviors to the mix. (I had been contemplating the MC33883, but DigiKey has suddenly dropped it -- boy I love that).
Anyone have any other favorite parts? I'd prefer a single chip solution, but a part that'll drive a half-bridge would work as long as two of them cost as much or less than an HIP4082 (from DigiKey, at least, the IR2110 is too spendy).
If you wish to critique my approach but don't feel you have enough ammunition, here's a (rough) schematic: