Before I started sewing my own training pants (re-usable cloth Pull-Ups), I bought a few. I knew I would be doing EC (this was before baby #1 was born), and I read the Diaper Free Baby and she recommended all sorts of items. Cloth training pants seemed like a good idea, so I went looking. I looked at the EC Store, and their cheapest ones were Bright Bots Training Pants. I bought a few in size small and a few in size medium, and got a bit of use of them with both kids.
I liked them because they are cute, thin, and absorbent enough for one pee, and feel slightly damp from the outside but don't leak. This lets you know Baby is wet and change him right away, but yet not leak pee all over. What I didn't like was the long rise and slightly tight waist. This could have just been how they fit on my babies, but I had to stop using them quickly because of the marks left on their waists ~ and both my babies have been on the non-chubby side. I also don't like the crinkly sound the waterproof layer makes. I think those two items (the tight waist and crinkly noise) don't make up for the perfect thin-ness and absorbency. Even at the right price point, I don't think they are the best option.