Cosco and Target are both carrying cloth diapers sets these days.
Any cloth is better than no cloth -- I would even vote on the poly fill cloth at Baby's R Us over the Gels, plastics and dioxins in disposables and G diapers.
google to see if you have a local. established WAHM in your area who may also work with you.
ie: 18.5 years ago I was having a shower for my 1st baby. I ASKED for cloth diapers -- I received 6 dozen prefolds -- it was one of the best gifts I got (and I received just about everything inclusive of furniture that I needed).
I recently had a customer soon to be having her very first baby. She is out of state but originally local and wanted to use cloth and support a local business.
She ordered her first dozen, her friend ordered her second dozen of newborn fitteds, and a collective group of loving friends ordered her next set of Smalls of 15 diapers. For the most part she can add in a quality dozen of small prefolds and her covers and she is set for about the 1st year. She was lovely to work with and she was able to pick out what colors and prints she personally wanted for her new baby.
On the informational side of things. You will "usually" get a superior product from a WAHM Diaper Company. Unlike the mainstream companies, with a WAHM company you get some choices in what you would like -- being that these choices come with a more customized service attached, you would need to expect to allow a larger cushion in time for the over all transaction depending on the size of the order. Wholesalers sell bulk to the buying retailers who carry bulk, thus often a quick return time to the consumer. Many WAHM companies create one of a kind product often times using superior materials and their independent design. Usually a more distinctive and less mass produced in appearance.
I bet you would have a local wahm who could also help provide some of your needs if you would like a bit of variety.
Good luck, and congrats for making the healthy leap into the cloth world.