I use a simple method, a $2.75 fix! The LHBS has large fine-mesh bags that work like a charm and if you have an extra pot it couldn't really be any easier. This is what I use to filter my break material, gets it all too!
Near the end of my wort boil I add enough water to submerge the bag (not more than a quart or two is needed) and boil with the lid on for 10 minutes or so to create a sterile environment. I drain (be careful not to get a steam burn!) and stretch the bag on the outside of the pot, add more water and re-boil just to be safe. Once the wort is cooled, I pour into the strainer, remove bag and pour the clear wort into the carboy! Extra aeration and filtration of the ugly stuff.
Cleaning the bag is a pain, but I figure since I sanitize the hell out of it with heat, what's the big deal if a few hop particles are hanging around?
I brew 3 gallon batches, so the 4 gallon pot works beautifully, but I suppose a 6.5 gallon or greater plastic bucket would be just as good for larger volumes.