We've used these diapers exclusively for a year, and we have just recently begun to experience some problems.
This is what the inside of the diaper should look like, with the PUL attached:
In the past month, we have had to throw away three diapers because of delaminating. The plastic lining has separated from the cloth, causing the soaked inserts to leak through the diaper. This could be our fault for rinsing them on a hot cycle when stripping the diapers. I think it's really just a cheap PUL, though.
The only other issue is that there is definite wing droop now that we've adjusted his diapers to the largest snap setting. Jackson is a bit longer but lacks a large waist. If he is climbing and bending while wearing just a diaper, you can see the Alva shift around a lot. Since Jackson is really in-between snaps, there is a poor fit right now. I've read where other moms added another hip snap to alleviate this problem, but I'm not that crafty or that concerned.
|Square tabs need another row of snaps?|
So the final verdict...
While I doubt these diapers will survive cloth diapering another child, they are worth every penny we paid. It's still significantly cheaper than disposable diapers or any other cloth diaper I've seen before, even if I purchased a new shipment every year. They are decent quality and the best $84 I've spent.