After trying about 6 different kind of cloth diapers I'd like to offer up my opinions of them all.
I ended up really just loving the prefolds with Thirsties covers. Thirsties is a great American made product. The most unique thing it offers are the gussets in the side which give extra protection against leaks.
The Thirsties fitted was great for absorbency and held the poop well but I felt like it carried more odor.
The Fuzzibunz was AMAZING and I'd love to purchase some someday but they are a bit on the pricey side for me. The material is hands down the softest thing and I would even like it on my bum.
I didn't like the Flip with the insert at all, it didn't really hold the poop in like the other covers and the material felt a little rough.
The newborn Kissaluv was just so small I ended up using it like a fitted diaper with a cover because it didn't absorb the poop as well as a prefold. Even though I liked the feel of the material as much as the Fuzzibunz. Plus my baby was gaining weight really fast so she wouldn't get use out of it very long.
The Kissaluv aio was cool but I wasn't crazy about the material and it fit Evaleigh's bottom a little funny.
I didn't like Thisties pockets because I feel like that system would be way more laundry than just covers and prefolds. Not to mention more expensive. Although it is nice to throw a pocket in every once in a while when I don't feel like doing the 'work' of a prefold.
All in all covers, pre-folds and snappis are for us! They are very affordable at the initial cost.
No diaper rash and we haven't purchased a single diaper in a month and a half!
P.S. Thanks to Spearmint Baby for the sweet nursery feature!