To see the video scroll down and look under "Health", "Diaper-Free Movement gains ground.
(also has a video)
We're doing ok with it. I'll spend some time when we're at home having a quiet day, and then (but not generally) I'll catch most of Josh's pees. I catch most of his poops, as long as we're at home and it's relatively quiet. I change his diaper when it's wet during the day, though if I'm feeling tired and don't want to deal with it, I put a diaper cover on him. The cover keeps his clothes dry and his pee warm so it's less uncomfortable. Josh fusses when he's wet, and (sometimes) when he has to pee/poop. Sometimes I know he has to pee, but I'm busy so I let him go in his diaper. So far, I've had a few moments where I wish I'd never heard of Elimination Communication, but that's usually due to tiredness and it passes quickly. More often I enjoy having this kind of communication with Josh, especially when I see that he waited for me to get him into the right position before peeing, when I see how much he enjoys peeing outside his diaper (grinning, kicking his feet), and when I see that he actively pushes the pee out! I also love being able to know that certain times are 'safe', and that he's not going to pee on me. Babies are smart.