Occasionally I receive products from BzzAgent to try out and review. The most recent was Comforts diapers, wipes, and sippy cups. These are found at Kroger brand stores. Here in Utah, that's Smiths and Smiths Marketplace.
I'm not usually a huge fan of store brand diapers. They're thinner, the gussets are often flimsy, the tabs are weak and there is usually a terrible fragrance added. Comforts diapers were thinner, and the gussets were not as substantial as a higher quality brand name, but overall, I think they worked well. They are not scented and didn't cause rash problems on baby E's backside. We had one blow out with them, but an occasional blow out when he's wearing disposables is not unheard of. The tabs are the velcro type tabs, and held really well, an I didn't have any tear off on me.
Price wise, they're less than brand name diapers, even from costco. If I combine coupons and sales, I can still get brand name diapers for less, but these would work well for the in-between coupons/sales periods.
I actually really liked the wipes. They are not scented, and didn't cause rashes either. They felt fairly thick, and I would buy them again.
I initially loved the sippy cups. My 18 month old liked them better than his other sippy cups, and drank more from them. My only concern was how thin the plastic was, and sure enough, after a couple of times being thrown "overboard", the bottom of the cup split open. If your baby doesn't throw his cups down, or you are more attentive than I am, these are great cups. We'll continue to use our second cup while running errands, but not in the high chair anymore. I especially like the built in cover for the mouth piece. Baby E liked it as well. I'm not sure I would buy the cups again because of the thin-ness, but if you're using them instead of the take and toss type cups, these are definitely a step up. They don't leak, and the mouth piece has a cover, which is great for carrying drinks around in the diaper bag. I've also seen a leash you can attach to sippy cups, which might prevent them from getting cracked when babies throw them.