There are a couple of companies that make 'universal lids', where it's effectively a series of steps at different diameters, such that it'll center itself well on a variety of sizes of pans.
(being well centered can be important if you have significant steam generation; a centered lid might pop up as steam escapes, but will tend to settle back down on the pan ... an uncentered lid might slowly wiggle its way off the pan)
I can't comment on any of the current ones on the market -- I had one back in college that was just cheap aluminum. I gave it away when I got a set of pots as a hand me down that all had their own matching lids.
I'd personally steer clear of glass lids if there's a chance of the glass coming into contact with the pan itself (and not just a center insert around an otherwise metal lid). Tempered glass can fail destructively after too many hits, and a bubbling pot can cause the lid to repeatedly tap against the edge of the pan.