I have an irregularly shaped, middle-age body. Difficult to fit. On the first trial pant, the front was very good. The dimples around the dart are because of the cheap poly fabric, which didn't hold a press well. On good fabric, there won't be any wrinkles there.
The back had a good fit at the waist and hip. There was an issue in the legs. I had diagonal wrinkles pointing toward the inseam, but extra fullness in the back leg.
I let out the inseams a bit, and then took a vertical tuck all the way down the center of the leg from the hemline to the middle of the hip. That let the pant have some fabric at the inner thigh where I need it, while taking out the extra fullness in the middle of the leg. This is the end result, with the extra fabric pinned out in the back leg.
No wrinkles, no pull lines. Once I make the adjustments to the pattern itself, I'll be ready to make a wearable pair of SFD pants. I didn't have to work as long on these as I have other pants patterns. For one thing, they are drafted to my measurements, and I know a little more about fitting now.
I'll use this pattern to make all types of pants. Jeans, yoga pants--whatever I want. It's easier to design than fit. At least for me.
This was a good start for the new year.