The Moving Comfort Juno is the best! I've tried many, and nothing kept the bounce down like the Juno. Just love it. I got mine from Zappos on sale and with free next-day shipping. After trying the first one, I got another one. I plan on getting a couple more for next summer to keep a nice rotation of them.
For a very, very long time, I was delusional thinking I was a 36C when really I am a 32DD. oops. but now I have seen the light and have infinitely better bras and ultimately better posture and way less back pain than I once did.
Do you have a lingere specialty shop? I'm not talking about Victoria's Secret. I'm talking about you walk in the store, and the store owner can take one hard look at your rack and know what size you're wearing and what you really should be wearing. If so, I strongly recommend going and getting a fitting through them, even if you know your size because they know what brands are out their and how their sizing works (and if they'll work for you).
Truly it's a wonderful bra--and although its pricey, if you treat it well (including proper washing with only other bras/underwear), it will last you a long time and put up with a lot of abuse. All three of mine have for the past year (and they get a ton of wear).
I currently have an Enell, but would looooooove to get a Panache. Sadly, can't justify it at the moment as my Enell is holding up strong. I couldn't ride before my Enell.....I'm a 36G......it takes some finagling to get into and I put it on with the intent to wear it for awhile as I hate doing it twice a day, but wow....the girls DO NOT move!
To be loved by a horse should fill us with awe, for we hath not deserved it.
I recently found the Moving Comfort Juno and loooove it. I have 2 and right now they're the only ones suitable to run in. I've heard good things about the Fiona too - personally I like the racerback style better, though it's harder to take off (you get used to it after a few tries.) I'm a 32DD (or a 32D, depending how much running I've been doing!)
If the pony spits venom in your face or produces a loud roar, it is probably not a pony. Find another. -The Oatmeal