The ones I know of are:
I just read an article at http://healthfully.org/mednews/id2.html which basically states that lipitor is better than pravachol for anti-inflamitory effects.
He thinks that inflammation in the walls of the coronary arteries is behind many heart events and that Lipitor has a stronger anti-inflammatory effect than Pravachol does. For evidence, he notes that in the PROVE-IT patients Lipitor was much more effective than Pravachol at lowering the level of C-reactive protein, which seems to be an indicator of inflammation. "This is not just about cholesterol lowering," he insists.