Now, although I don't have the proper ones like Bambino's, Tenas or even some Depends (mainly because no place in the local area sells those ones), I did end up getting something related to a Goodnite/Drynite/Training Pant.
I got the "BabyLove SleepyNights" branded ones, mainly due to three different reasons.
1. The design of it is blank, design-less and white, and was lesser looking of a pant than the other brands do, meaning that it looks more like a traditional diaper than anything like it that I could get, which to me is good because it makes the experience better
2. The packaging stated that it was "super-absorbent" and had a "superior protection against leaks", which to me seemed like it was a better choice in case I ever felt like actually going in it and I didn't want to worry about it spilling out.
3. It was the cheapest option available. I count this as such since I don't wanna spend TOO much on my first pack of diapers, just in case things didn't work out. Now, while you may assume that means that I got the less better brand considering it was the cheapest, you would be wrong.
Now, the sleepynight itself is very flexible, given it's sizing of "8 - 15 year olds", it manages to fit perfectly and comfortably around the waist, legs and crotch area (there is a mild discomfort but that is due to the leak protection.
My waist width is about 40 inch. and my crotch/butt width is around 38 inch. and considering these were made for tweens/teens, it fits really well down in those areas.
I can't say for certain about the capacity of it JUST YET, because I haven't had the courage to go in them, less I be subjected to to artious challenge of having to dispose of them discreetly. And fear of leaks x.x
Now, it isn't actually that bulky as you would believe, this one is almost impossible to notice unless:
a) Somebody touches your butt and feels the padding.
b) You bend in any kind of direction that would make it SEEM bulkier than normal (which unless you're wearing skin tight clothing shouldn't happen anyways)
c) You outright wear them without anything over them :P
That being said, I am not entirely sure if America has this product although I am sure that Australian and New Zealand territories do in fact have this brand of diapers.
My own experience with it has only just started so please don't take my word for it, if you see it, try them out and see for yourself, because I know for certain that I'm loving them so far (even if I haven't fully "used" them just yet).
So, with that, I can safely say that, at this point in time, I am now completely in the AB/DL lifestyle. And I'm LOVING every second of it.