My only mistake with Liz's Cloth diapers was that I waited too long to try them out. I hesitated because I wasn't sure which size would work, as DD would fit into both according to the size chart. I finally ordered both sizes and was pleasantly surprised-- both sizes fit!
Liz has made some changes to the soaker, and I own both styles. The original style snaps in with 2 snaps. The new style is a lay-in soaker. (Note: both the snap-in and lay-in soakers are available direct from Liz; check with retailers to see which type they carry.) To accomodate for the lack of snaps, the soaker is wider. I was worried that it would move around too much with an active toddler, but it stays perfectly in place. Thus, I prefer the new snapless style because (a) it's faster to get in the diaper, (b) I am free to boil the soaker if need be, (c) it may last longer because there is no potential for broken snaps or holes around the snap area, and (d) the extra width means even more absorbency!
These diapers really fit my criteria for a wonderful system-- economical (low price and only 2 sizes to buy), fit well, dry quickly, very absorbent, and usually instock somewhere. If I could change one thing, I'd make the size 2 a little trimmer, but then there would probably be a need for a third size, which would make them less economical.