if you have a vegetable oil spray, that would be best. you get a more even layer of oil when you spray it on the pan.
when you are mixing your batter for the pancakes, remember not to overwork it, or your pancakes will be flat and heavy. you want to keep some of that air in the batter to keep it light during cooking.
your first two pancakes will not be good, so i just automatically throw those ones out. the pan might seem hot enough, but usually the pan needs to be heated up more than most people are willing to wait (including me), so if your first one or two or even three come out looking less than delicious, toss them. the next will be better. if the pan starts to get dry, you can add some butter to it, but butter burns easily, so you will want to keep a close eye on the pan.
when making your eggs, use butter in the pan to keep them from sticking. you can also add some water to the eggs after you have beaten them, which will give you a little more volume but also will help prevent the eggs from turning brown too quickly. eggs can burn easily, so water makes it harder to burn, because as long as there is water in the food, that will be the first thing to cook out. the result is a nice and fluffy dish of scrambled eggs. if you are looking for more flavor in your eggs try cooking them with some chopped (cooked) bacon, or your favorite veggie. salt and pepper them while they are still cooking, to get the flavor all through the dish, not just on top.
well, hope this helped. good luck!