There is an entire world of reusable cloth diapers out there on the internet. In fact, there are so many choices that it would be easy to get overwhelmed and simply stick to disposable diapers because you couldn't make a decision as to which cloth to try, or to try first. Fuzzi Bunz were some of the first cloth diapers I tried for my baby (now almost 7 years old!) and they are still among my favorites for my youngest baby.
The Pros: These pocket diapers are very easy to use. They come with an absorbant pad that you insert into the pocket of the diaper. Because it is a pocket system, rather than having everything sewn together, you can adjust how many pads you want to use, using more for overnight, and fewer for daytime when you will be changing more often. The diapers are lined with a soft microfleece which helps keep the wetness stay away from my baby's skin. They snap on easily, and are not too puffy to wear under clothes. Fuzzi Bunz come in a nice assortment of colors and a few prints. Although they seem pricey at first, they last through more than one child, and many people will sell clean, used diapers on ebay or similar sites when their child has outgrown them.
The Cons: I wish there were a few more prints available, as well as a few more solid colors, like black and dark brown. I have only tried to contact their customer service by phone one time, but it was quite difficult. Fortunately, I haven't had any issues to need to contact them again.