"Classic" Tena Slip vs. the newer-to-market cloth-backed ("classic" being pb) -- I'm UK and Tena have recently gone cloth-backed here. I wear Tena all the time, brand I really trust(ed). Both new & old have their flaws: "Classic" was the tapes; New Slips, tapes are pretty good. With the old Tena I simply re-enforced the lower tapes with a little insulation tape and that did the trick. New Tena... well... same as old when it comes to absorbency I feel, very comfortable, but not too practical when you're active i.e when you're upright moving around or if you're prone to moving about in your sleep a lot -- dramatically compromises effectiveness of diaper. They tend to, ironically, want to "slip" right off the waist. The top two tapes especially, I have to fasten as tightly as I can otherwise the thing just wants to slip right off, right away. Never needed to do that with the pb slip. I've starting wearing plastic pants over the cloth-backed too, just in case of any "breaches" should the diaper slip in the night. And doing so also helps the thing stay in position too. It's a shame that Tena isn't making plastic-backed anymore The cloth-backed Tena is not so much a re-design as it is a completely different product in my opinion.