Post breastfeeding momma here!!
I bought the All Day Push Up as well as the Active Crossback. Long post, so I will sum up: both are very comfy, flattering, and they both give great coverage (even when you bend completely over). I wear a 32D (between a D and DD).
To everyone: Okay, so I have a lot to say about the All Day Push up. Overall, it is great. It did feel a touch tight when I first put it on, but after a day or so, it was perfect. It's comfortable, it doesn't hurt my neck like some bras tend to do, and I honestly adore that the little things that tighten the straps are on the FRONT OF THE BRA. I don't know how other companies didn't think of that??? It's such an obvious design flaw in bras to have them on the back. It's also insanely easy to make the two straps become a racerback. You can just reach over your shoulders and clasp the straps together and then immediately fix the tightness of the straps to your comfort. It's a fantastic design. The coverage is great, and I can bend over without fear of falling out (which is a huge thing for a post-breastfeeding mom). It's so comfortable that I actually wear it (or my Active) when I'm just alone at the house. My ONLY con is that I usually wear bras that have a lot of push up, and this one doesn't have a ton. It would be absolutely perfect if they made one with varying levels of push up. But I will definitely take the minimal pushup over my boobs constantly falling out.
To other mommas, specifically, who are looking to a new bra: I had bought new bras a few months back from a different company (which will remain nameless), thinking that my newly shaped girls were actually going to fit into something I would have worn pre-pregnancy. Needless to say, I was very disappointed, and I quickly figured I had also ordered a size too small. I was falling out constantly, and I've even gotten into the habit of hiding my chest with my hand because I'm so used to a boob nearly falling out while I'm talking to someone. Both the All Day and the Active have been wonderful with covering my lifeless girls, and I can honestly say that I have the confidence to keep my hand off my chest. For other women who have been through breastfeeding, both are a winner in my opinion. Great for us girls who basically have deflated balloons on our chests. :D