Pros: Soft, long(ish) lasting, great value
Cons: While it's long lasting, doesn't last quite as long as the sandpapery kind i used to get
In an effort to save money and the environment, I used to get the thinnest, least processed-seeming toilet paper. The roll lasts forever, is single ply, and is quite cheap. Last time I went to the store, I decided to get this seventh generation paper (which is frustratingly NOT in the same aisle as the rest of the toilet paper, but is in the special health food aisle at the other end of the store) and was pleasantly surprised at how nice it was. It was soft and fluffy, but still lasted a good while (not as long as the single ply, of course, but you can't have everything). I am completely converted. What I don't understand is why they don't have (at least some of) the paper in the regular toilet paper aisle. It is very competitively priced, and I think way more people would buy it if it were sitting right there next to everything else (though that might be more an issue with Albertson's, not Seventh Generation). Anyway, this paper is highly recommended!