We will be CD also, it will be our second baby in cloth. I've developed a bit of an addiction, lol, we have soooo many different kinds of CDs! We have mostly used the Fuzzi Bunz one-size, but lately DD has been getting a rash every time she wears them, so we're back to prefolds and covers. My plan is to use the FB again for the new babe, but we'll see when he/she gets here. I think DD gets rashes from the synthetic stuff, especially during the summer when it's hot outside, so if that continues to be the case, we'll probably do mostly prefolds. We're using them inside of a few Gdiaper covers right now and I really, really like them. We use the compostable/flushable inserts at night since having a wet (cloth) diaper at night was waking her up for a long time. We had been doing disposables at night, but the compostable inserts make me so much happier since they just go right into the compost bin in the morning, not the garbage.
We started CDs when DD was 5 days old, with some teeny tiny NB sized Bumgenius AIO that I got for a steal. She was by no means a tiny baby (9 lb 14.5 oz) but still didn't fit into the FB until she was 4 months old. I'm looking forward to pulling those out again, they were a great, easy way to start CDing.
To those wondering about cloth wipes, we've used them from the start and only use them with water. We keep them dry in our diaper drawer and just wet one at the sink when we need one. Easy peasy. I tried a couple of wipe solutions near the start, but DDs skin was so sensitive that water just worked better. The one thing I would add is that it's worth the investment to get some nice cloth wipes. I have used a few of the baby washcloths, but I find them to be so small and thin. We bought a couple dozen Motherease cloth wipes and they are fantastic. Nice and thick and big, all we need is one wipe to clean up most messes.
Oh, and the Fuzzi Bunz wetbag is great - hang it on the door and pop the diapers in the top then unzip the bottom to dump it all in the wash (works well with a front loader also). We have two of them and rotate using them (one in the wash, one on the door).