The following is a hindsight review of medium Tranquility ATN (all-through-night) diapers, and as it is in hindsight, there are no pictures (sorry).
Appearance: The diapers are modestly thick, but not as much as the abena. They are plain white on the outside with two lines of wetness indicators and what looks like some serial numbering in between. It has two re-fastenable tapes on each side, the first ones are blue and the ones on top of those are white and blue checkered. (but more on that later) It should also be noted that on the inside there is a peach absorbent core.
Absorption: The diaper really comes into its own here, I wore one and had a flood and the diaper sucked it up in a moderate amount of time. However, I highly recommend not sitting down for a few seconds after is feels that its been absorbed as the press can lead to a little coming back out. Overall, it held a flood about 3 wettings after that before it leaked.
Fit: Ok, this might be more of the fault of the wearer than the diaper but I don't think that the package is telling the truth. I measured and found out I was 42 inch waist (where I was the thickest) and the diaper was said to cover 44 inch waist. So when I saw that I thought I was fine, but when I tried to put it on it ended up being barely connected and somewhat snug (which might have been a good thing). That can be properly fixed with buying larges of course. The diaper also sags a bit after wearing it for awhile.
Tapes Not the best, but they did their job. They say they are re-fastenable, but only once. After that, the checkered ones (the ones on top) stick to last. No problem with the tapes coming off, but it means two things: 1) you should probably save the re-fastening for after the initial sag, and 2) If you realized you made a mistake after sticking the checkered ones, you're screwed.
Overall:I got these diapers off Amazon for about $1.00 a diaper. I think I got my money's worth out of them. While not the kind of quality we get from abena and bambino, they aren't as expensive. If you are looking for a step up from depends and generic brands, you might want to give these a try.