I have a mesh side-open binder from Origami that I love, but sadly I was a little disappointed with this style. I say this with the caveat that it is an extremely well-made garment; maybe I'm not the ideal body type for the tank binder. I have broad shoulders, a very large chest, and a waist that's 13" smaller by comparison.
While I was pretty happy with the amount of compression provided by the tank binder (realistically I will never get a completely flat chest given what I'm working with), I found it such a challenge to get on and off, and didn't like the length. Putting on the tank binder, it would roll up horribly under my arms and become almost impossible to unroll without a serious struggle, during which the convertible straps would almost always come unhooked and I'd either have to struggle to turn it around my waist to re-hook them, or I'd have to take the whole thing off and start again. I can't put on this binder unless I give myself a solid 10 minutes to struggle into it, then cool down after. I also found the length was a bit long on me and the hem constantly rolled up my waist; typically I have to tuck it underneath to be comfortable.
I love Origami and will happily continue to support a queer Canadian company that understands gender-affirming garments and the needs of genderqueer and trans folks like myself. Again, their side-open mesh binder is wonderful and something I reach for almost daily. I will be repurchasing that in a lighter colour so I have options under lighter clothing. However, the tank binder just wasn't for me, and I will probably end up rehoming or donating it to someone who can enjoy it more than I have.