Might be old news, but I haven't gotten any padding for the past year and I just got some for Christmas. I tried out the Teddy bambino's and found that they were smaller than the regular medium sized bambino's and I barely fit in them. Worse yet the tapes popped off in the middle of the night, and the plastic felt like it was half cloth like and half plastic. I'm trying out the old classico's at the moment and they fit better, but they still have that plastic that doesn't quite feel right.
Contrasting this is, is that i also got a pack of ABU SDK's, and they felt much better in the plastic department and the tapes were like metal weldings (they just didn't budge). I was a big fan of bambino and went paddingless for a whole year, so I'm not sure if it's always been this way or this is the changes they made after the whole production shortage. I'm also sensing that Bambino is acting a bit passionless, where ABU will send you a promotional letter in full color with coupon discounts and all sorts of AB community websites. Is it just me? Has Bambino always been this way? Or have they just had some changes in production?
(Though I have to say the perfect diaper was an ABU with a Bambino underneath it)