I usually buy Quilted Norther, but thoughI would give Angel Soft a try. The paper quality is a little rougher than QN, which was fine. However, it was unbearable that every roll wan't glued to the inside tube. As the roll came closer to finishing the whole roll would fall apart. It seems ike every roll was wrapped poorly so it just unwinds easily and sloppily. I will be going back to Quilted Northern.
The first 5-8 layers on each roll were stuck together...ended up with a large fist full of mini pieces of this TP before even getting started. Difficult to use and much seems to get wasted. All in all, each roll gets used up quickly. It appears to be a good deal if you divide the amount paid by the number of feet, but it's not! I will not re-order. If I can make it to Walmart, as of now the Great Value brand is much better! If I need to order online again, I'd rather pay more for a decent TP.
This TP is cheaper, and softness and strength wise it is OK. But I use more of it compared to higher quality brands such as Charmin. So for my family I think we will stick with the higher quality, because we end up using less of it.
My family uses angel soft. It is the most affordable paper that is soft and has multiple plies. Check out the 36 count for an even better value. The 24 is good though. We always buy this brand. This is what I would recommend.