I'd say the 'switch to cloth wipes' is complete! We now use cloth wipes about 98% of the time. I will occasionally finish up with a disposable wipe at night to make sure G is completely clean, because we only turn on a tiny night light for midnight poopscapades (because they are white so if I wipe and it's still white, I know there's nothing left). We may also use a few when out and about (although I'm getting good at taking cloth). We bought what I hope is our last big box of disposable wipes at Target two weeks ago. I am forcing us to stretch that until G is potty trained.
In the beginning, I thought cloth wipes were gross and not worth the hassle. I've come to believe that they aren't any more gross than using a disposable wipe and the only hassle was getting used to them. Even my husband agrees that cloth wipes are easy to use--not to mention much cheaper!
We have a few recycled disposable wipe boxes set up with cloth wipes in them, a roll of toilet paper for removing any large clumps, and our Thirsties Booty Luster / Booty Love.
I'd definitely recommend everyone switch to cloth wipes, but you may have to give it a few weeks so that you can figure out your own routine.
My advice: just start out using cloth wipes (and cloth diapers, of course), then there's no switch to be made ;-)
If you are considering buying some cloth wipes, check out the reviews I did while making the switch:
Thirsties Fab Wipes
Planet Wise Flannel Wipes
Bummas Cotton Terry Wipes
I'd love to combine all of them into one mega-awesome wipe. Since that's not possible. I'd suggest getting all three; using the Thirsties Fab Wipes for big messes, the Planet Wise for little messes, and the Bummas for only wet diapers.