Rumparooz - One-Size Diapers. (See Newborn Diapers post for info about their "Lil' Joey" diapers.)
Price - Each diaper comes with a lifetime guarantee for the snaps and two inserts. They are $23.95 for solid colors and $24.95 for prints.
Claim to fame - Double Inner gusset. This is an extra elastic liner that is designed to hold everything in. Comes with two Microfiber 6•r soakers - One is thinner and contoured to fit a newborn. The other is longer, thicker, and can be snapped to make three different lengths. You can also snap them both together for overnight or for a heavy-wetter. The bottom of the diaper can snap up to make four different sizes.
FuzziBunz - Come in One-Size and Perfect-Size. They both look exactly the same, except the Perfect-Size diapers do not come with adjustable elastic for the legs.
Price - One-Size diapers come with an extra set of elastic and two inserts. They are $19.95. Perfect-Size diapers come with one insert and are $13.95-$16.95.
Claim to Fame - One-Size diapers have adjustable elastic around the legs instead of snaps to fold up. I don't have a diagram on how they work, but each leg has a strip of elastic that can be tightened and fastened based on the size of the baby's legs.
Price - One-Size diapers come with two inserts and cost $17.95.
Claim to Fame - The smaller (newborn) insert can be snapped to the larger insert. The larger insert can snap down to become three different lengths. Each diaper has a one-year warranty. The bottom of the diaper can snap up to make four different sizes.
Happy Heinys - Come in One-Size and Perfect-Size diapers - snaps or velcro.
Price - One-Size diapers come with two inserts. Solid colors are $18.95 and prints are $19.95. Perfect-Size diapers come with one insert and are $15.95.
Claim to Fame - Inserts are made to last up to 12 hours at night for most babies. The bottom of the diaper can snap up to make four different sizes.
Well there you have it. These are the most popular brands of Pocket Diapers. Other brands include GroVia, Knickernappies, Katydid, and AppleCheeks The companies I featured make other styles of diapers as well. If you're getting serious about cloth diapers, I would highly recommend finding a store where you can see first-hand how each of them fasten, how soft they are, and what the inserts are like.