The Dart and Dash are described as low rise on the website but the tag says they are medium. Funnily enough, this is the opposite problem the 2012 Dart and Dashes had - the website called them medium rise but they were low rise.
Dart and Dash Block It Pocket (2014):
Front Rise: 9"
Rear Rise: 10.5"
2012 Dart and Dash:
Front Rise: 7"
Rear Rise: 9.5"
I'm planning to wear them for my run tomorrow morning so I should have some feedback for you then.
I also tried on three of the four Runner Up Tanks in black, Cool Breeze, and Aquamarine. This tank is very similar to the old Energy SL tank which I loved so much I owned four of them. I only sold them because they got too big for me. I ended up getting the black one today, even though it has words on it. The black on black is a very subtle look and I didn't care for the other colors it comes in. I'd say the fit on these tanks is a roomy TTS. They are fantastic run tanks - so light it's like you are wearing nothing. The only drawback I'd say is that the lighter colors like the Medium Gray and Cool Breeze will dampen noticeably with sweat.
I tried on two colors in the Run a Marathon crops, solid Black and the Pretty Palm print ones. I don't think the website is quite correct on the fabrics used in these. The black have a full on luxtreme back panel only and the Pretty Palm prints ones are all full on luxtreme.
I liked the solid black crops with the regular luxtreme front thigh since they felt noticeably cooler than the Pretty Palm crops. I really like the coverage the full on luon gives on the backside and thighs. I wasn't a fan of the print in the Run a Marathon crop since the back of the leg has a lot of black mesh and it seems to break the leg up oddly. I can't remember now why I didn't like the Run A Marathons last time they were out but the black ones seemed fine to me. I don't need more black run crops right now but I'd probably get a pair if I saw them on the markdown rack. I know people have been commenting that they don't care for the low rise too much but it seemed fine to me. The fit was TTS.
My store had a lone pair of Wamo Camo Inspire crops. These crops are solid full on luon and felt just like my Secret Garden Inspires. I thought they fit TTS.
I know a lot of people love the Stuff Your Bra but I am not one of them. I find the support not as great as in the Energy bra and this bra gives me armpit fat since it doesn't come up that high in the armpit and/or the weight of my breasts is pulling the bra down.
I just want to add a performance report for the Water Bound bra. I've run (!) in this bra twice now and couldn't love it more. Running in a shelf bra is a new experience for me because (as a natural 36DD) I have a low tolerance for jiggle. I have only run in Ta Ta Tamers up until now. However, the burlap print Water Bound bra has stiff enough straps that it gives me very good support. I found the Wamo Camo Water Bound to have be not quite as supportive as the Burlap but it is still very good and the shorter straps of the design makes the girls sit up nice and high on the chest. The Blue Tropics is the stretchiest and most comfortable of the Water Bround bras. I won't lie, I was very aware of the strap configuration on my back when I first put on the Water Bound bra. I've grown used to it now but it might take some getting used to when you first wear the Burlap or Wamo Camo bra.