When choosing a jacket there are 2 main styles wing or wrap around.
I like the wing as it helps me to maintain a horizontal position in the water, most of my diving is from a boat in calm waters, so I don't have to do too much surface swimming!
If you prefer the face up position then you will want a wrap around style, that is the air chamber also encompasses your abdomen.
Now, I love Scuba Pro, the Pilot is a nice, lightweight, extremely hard wearing with nice big pockets which are closed with velcro. (I HATE zips on BCDs, they fail, jam up with sand, and when they fail its virtually impossible to replace them).
My advice, go to your local dive stores and try some different wrap around BCDs on. Buy for fit, not color, not fashion or what it looks like, the fish don't care! If weight is a consideration take a bath room scales with you, although most manufacturers are getting wise to the weight issue and there are some great travel versions, but what you get on the swings you loose on the roundabouts as durability has been sacrificed to lower weight.
Also check the denier of the material used to construct the BCD, thicker cordura and hardy webbing will mean that if you look after your BCD it will continue to look like new and give you years of long service.