I've noticed there have been a couple threads inquiring about Changing Times Diaper Company. I just received a cloth prefold & Lang plastic pants from CTDC, so I thought I'd share.
I'm fairly new to cloth; this is my first prefold. I've used toddler-sized Gerber flat-fold gauze diapers as stuffers before, and have tried pocket diapers made by Snap-Ez 4 Life (excellent, but not as thick as I need for nighttime use)
The CTDC cloth prefolds are listed as a diaper-service quality (DSQ) Chinese prefold. The fabric is listed as 'diaper twill,' which doesn't sound especially comfortable until you try it. These things are SOFT and get softer with washing; they also 'quilt up' and get kinda fluffy. They put the Gerber flat-folds to shame. I was going to stuff the pre-fold with the flat folds, but decided against it because the Gerber diapers just felt so scratchy compared to the CTDC diaper. The stitching and material is quality; I expect they will last a long time with proper care.
The Lang plastic pants also seem well-made: heavyweight vinyl, reasonably soft. The leg gathers area little scratchy, but they may soften up in time. I don't know if I'll purchase more vinyl pants. I'm saving up my money for the Bumkins adult-size diaper wrap that CTDC has in the works.
If anyone is unfamiliar with Bumkins--they are a well-regarded company that produces cloth diapers for children using PUL as a waterproof layer. The advantage of PUL is that it is very durable, machine washable, and has a wide selection of colorful prints. The prints are being brought over to the adult line (there are already printed pull-on plastic pants and bibs), and the owner of CTDC has expressed interest in having some of the Dr. Suess prints made in adult sizes .
Finally, the owner of CTDC is a great guy--he's really invested in making sure his products are the best they can be and ensuring that his customers are happy. He is the one who contacted Bumkins about adapting their line to adult sizes and who has been in constant communication with them, trying out prototypes (some of which are sent to customers, free of charge, to test & give feedback) and addressing any problems with the design. Apparently adapting baby-sized items to adult sizes can be tricky. I don't know if he is AB/DL aware, however. Check out the site here: Changing Times
Bottom line: high-quality items, responsive customer service, reasonable prices and fair shipping make this exclusive seller of Bumkins adult range an excellent choice for cloth diapers and plastic/PUL/nylon pants.