Well in an industrialised country that NEEDS compitition like people who need water, it seems that this is the situation. They're trying to compete with UnderJams. IMO I don't care about WHICH is better. I like both.
LOL, wolf, I always wondered how the kids on the commercials felt about it. And if they got paid more than, say, kids in a peanut butter commercial to make up for the embarrassment.
Anyway, they don't look significantly different to me, and I wonder how many stores will actually stock both designs in both sizes for both genders, along with the boxer-style ones as well. That's asking them to devote a fair amount of shelf space to something that probably a relatively small number of parents buy, compared to actual diapers.
I don't think they are actually changing the product again, they just released the newest version like a month ago. The packaging is probably just a mock-up of what the actual will be. One the actual is released the pattern on the package will match the actual diapers. As for the kid on it, Underjams has a bunch of kids on their packs and the old dry nites had a boy and a girl on them so its nothing new but probably very weird for the kid on the pack.