I tend to err on the side of modesty in my casual attire. Usually, I'm limited to long pants or jeans. The three pair of black All-American Comfort leggings I purchased in december opened my wardrobe to tunic-style shirts and shorter, previously unwearable skirts.
The waistbands are comfortable, and don't snap or pull around the back. The inseams are also pretty well made, and I've only experienced a limited amount of wearing out on pair of the leggings. The leggings didn't seem to be available in petite, so I do experience some bunching of the fabric at the ankles. They also tend to ride up in front, but other than those few things, the fit is pretty good. They came pretty much as advertised, and I wasn't disappointed in their fit, comfort, or utility.
Their color-fastness leaves something to be wanted, though. Two of the three pair are charcoal grey now, with and odd sort of plum highlight. I wash with normal detergent in cold water. It's not too noticeable though.