'The best running shoes I've ever worn - for all distances from 5k to marathon'
Strengths: Cheap (available for £20 if you look hard). Comfortable. Lightweight. Great for mid or forefoot strikers. Great colours. Can be worn sockless. Last well (my current pair have done 700 miles and are still going strong). Very flexible. Low heel-toe drop.
Weaknesses: Feel unstable on steep descents til you get used to them. Hard to clean - dirt doesn't seem to wash out of the uppers. Took a while to get over the whole Skechers thing. Now superseded by the (inferior, IMO) GoRun2. Sizing is on the large side - I'm usually a Uk6 but had to go down to a Uk5 in these.
Overall: Now on my 3rd pair of GoRuns and I've stockpiled enough of them to last me the next few years. Love 'em. I used to wear Saucony Fastwitches and k-Swiss K-Ona's but these are lighter, more comfortable and way cheaper. If you need support around the heel or mid foot then these probably aren't for you - the uppers are constructed more like slippers than your conventional over-engineered running shoes.
'boing boing boing B'DOING boing boing BOING ... (that's what 36B sounds like when it bounces)'
Strengths: Comfortable. Doesn't look like a major piece of civil engineering. Simple. Good choice of colours.
Weaknesses: Doesn't work for me. OK for climbing, hillwalking, yoga and cycling; nowhere near enough support for running. I am a 36B so not particularly big-busted.
Overall: I bought the Medium (32" - 36") A-C model of this bra. I'm 36B and run between 40 and 50 miles per week. Sadly this bra is useless for running in; offering approximately the same level of minimal support as a tank top with a basic shelf bra. I have previously worn M&S (fantastic performance, great VFM) and Shock Absorber (great performance, hideously expensive) bras for running: the SportJock bra does not come close to even a 2 year old M&S bra in a comparative bounce test. I had high hopes for the Sportjock, and am surprised at how poorly it performed after so many people have raved about it. I suppose that you can't have it all - that nice soft fabric and the lack of copious volumes of industrial-strength elastic comes at the price of effective support.