I have experimented quite a lot with dishwasher tablets. I tried Finish's Powerball tablets a few years ago, and wasn't terribly impressed. Then I used Finish Quantum for a while, and liked them, but then found that Tesco's own budget brand just as good a job, as long as we used Finish's rinse aid. So, basically, I'm a fan of Finish's products, but had found a cheaper way of getting just as effective a wash. Now that Tesco have changed their budget ones, I'm not so impressed, so I'm ready for another change.
What of the new All-In-One, then? Well, for a start, this is branded as Finish's middle-ranking product - above Classic and below Quantum in their range. You'll see from their chart that All-In-One promises the same performance as Quantum in all but two respects. First, you have to unwrap these ones, whereas Quantum are wrapper-free. And second, Quantum reputedly deliver 'Amazing Shine'. Never been a fan of subjective terms in advertising. Just how amazing is 'Amazing'...?
Anyway, these All-In-Ones are actually very good tablets. We use them with Finish Rinse Aid too, even though they're supposed to already contain a rinse-aid component. We find this gives a better, less cloudy finish as well.
Generally, the clean is very good. Very little cloudiness (when used with the extra rinse aid). There's no grittiness after washing any items with fruity or vegetably bits either, which is very welcome. And the shine is very good. Not amazing, perhaps, but perfectly good enough!
Looking at current pricing, these cost 14.3p each with the Prime add-on option, whereas Quantum cost 17.7p each. I can't help feeling that the Quantum ones are a little too expensive for the extra value they give, so I think I'll stick with these for now. They do a good enough job, and the price isn't too crazy.