I have heard nothing but bad things about Frogg togg waders though I myself never used them. I currently have field and stream stockingfoot fishing waders that cost about $150 that have worked fine for the past 2 seasons without a leak.
I have Frogg Togg boot hip waders that I use in warmer temps. They developed a leak at the boot seam after about 50 uses, but a little Flexi-Seal has done the trick and they have not leaked since then.
I have the Anura 2 and they have been great for about 3.5 years with about 25-30 outings a year. Recently the right foot neoprene was wearing thin and I spread a little Aquaseal and that leak is gone.. so far. I even bought Redington Sonic Pro HD a couple years ago thinking the Frogg Toggs would give out and I haven't had to use the Redingtons yet! The Anuras can usually be found on sale for $80-$100 on the big auction site.
I hope their waders are of a better quality than their wading boots. I purchased a pair of boots several years ago and after about 2 months the felt sole came completely off of one boot, of course while fishing. I had walked in a pretty good way and you talk about discomfort on the way back. I did get my purchase priced refunded and then bought a better pair, not Frogg Toggs.
I recently purchased Frog Togg wading pants and have fished in them maybe 8 times. Except for one time that I fell into a creek and little water came in over the top, they have kept me dry. The only problem I’ve had is the buckle slipping so that they can get a little loose after a while.