We've been cloth diapering, and up until pretty recently I was cloth diapering 2 kids. We do disposables at night otherwise I'm changing sheets and pajamas, they pee THAT much at night, but otherwise we cloth diaper all the time, even out and about.
I agree a wetbag is a MUST. I used to use plastic garbage bags, but it's a one-time use and they're ugly. I invested in 2 wet bags and I am so, so glad I did.
I use a step-lid style garbage bin with a removable inner basket (Walmart) and it works just fine. You don't want anything air tight, because then when you open it- whoo! Yuck! And don't wet-pail, that's old school. And stinky.
I don't rinse poops off. Both of my kids, for some reason, do NOT have solid poops that scrape right into the toilet. I can scrape and dunk all I want, but their poops are like peanut butter and just smear around but don't come off. The rice paper liners are a joke (or are for me, at least) because they all shift around inside the diaper and are never in the right place at the right time to catch anything, in my experience.
I do a hot prewash to deal with the poop first, then another full hot wash to actually clean them. It's the best I can do, and it seems to be working. I feel bad about all that waste going into the system, but we also start potty learning very early here (16 months or so?) and catch a lot of poops that way. Or used to, when I was home more :/
I use super cheap pocket diapers from China. As long as they're double stuffed, they work fabulously- and did I mention CHEAP? No way could I afford 35 pocket diapers from anywhere else (35 for 2 kids, you do NOT need that many for one baby. I'd say 15 is plenty for one child, although you'll be washing a lot in the newborn days). I didn't like prefolds or flats or fitteds because it kept moisture too close to their skin, and even with frequent changes they were getting rashes. I also have maybe very very squirmy kids (maybe?) and getting them into a fitted AND a cover AND back into their pants was way too much fighting. I switched to these pockets which leave a fleece, feel-dry later right next to their skin and it's working a lot better. I also don't need to unstuff these diapers before I wash them, which I love. I just dump the diaper pail in the washer, turn the wetbags inside out, and walk away. I'm using Babyland diapers (exact same as Sunbaby). You can check them out on Amazon.