I decided to go out on a limb and buy a case of Northshore Supremes this past week and I have to say I've been quite impressed so far. The shipping from Northshore, although not free, was extremely fast. My case arrived less than 24 hours after placing my order, with standard shipping. They also included two free samples of the 'Air Supreme' diapers and a sample pack of wipes, which came with coupon codes for 5% off all Northshore products and 10% off Northshore wipes. The diapers themselves were comparable in thickness to an Abena M4 and seemed as absorbent, if not more absorbent. Some people have complained about the padding being too stiff, but I found this only a positive as it creates a wonderful initial feeling of bulkiness and doesn't fall apart and clump after extended wear. The padding also softens and expands as the diaper gets wetter and any stiffness is hardly noticeable by the time you change. Stretching and folding the diaper like they recommend gives it a nice V shape that prevents leaks and makes it more comfy for walking around in. They also do an excellent job wicking moisture and distributing it throughout the diaper.
A case of 45 in the largest size sells for $70 and the shipping is about $10, so at most you're paying a little over $1.75 per diaper, which is not bad for a diaper that can easily last over 8 hours. You're lucky these days if you can get an ABDL diaper for under $2.00, even the all-white ones (which I prefer) like the ABU Simple. The Northshore Supreme might not be the fanciest or be the most absorbent diaper in existence, but I'd say it's certainly one of the best non-ABDL diapers on the market today. What do you guys think?