I constantly experiment with diapers, stuffers, and any combination thereof, and usually my theory is to stuff a good diaper (Abena/Bambino/Molicare) with a lesser diaper or baby diaper. Today I changed that up a little with great results.
I recently ordered some Abena Air Plus Xplus's, which are very similar to the normal Xplus, but with a breathable (read porous) cloth like cover. It did not take me long to discover that they get an unpleasant clammy and moist feeling after only a wetting or two. I was pretty bummed because these were not inexpensive, and they are known to have massive capacity that I just couldn't bring myself to use because of the discomfort.
I got to thinking, and it occurred to me that the stuffer is usually what takes the abuse while the outer most diaper takes the least. So what sense does it make to put the best thing where it will see the least duty? Also when stuffing a nice diaper with leak guards, I find that the stuffer can sometimes wick over the leak guards and cause a leak. I decided to modify an airplus by perforating it evenly all over the pad and then covering it with a larger Depend plastic backed brief I had in the stash with a couple of boosts sandwiched in between.
This gives the full advantage of the "package space" comfort, capacity, and leak guards of the Abena without the clammy cold feeling, and it holds more than a dromedary hump. I'll be using these as an inner layer for some time.