SO my attention turned to a hybrid by the name of G-diapers
The exterior is cloth, and there is a plastic liner which runs the length of the diaper
and inside the liner is a giant maxi pad type contraption that absorbs all manner of ick. When she goes pee or poo i just remove the liner, either flush, toss, or (if im feeling adventurous) compost then replace the pad and we're done. Occasionally the plastic part will get a bit of poo on it, but that comes off in a snap (literally) by removing the plastic liner, rinsing it, giving it a rub with a bleach pen, then hanging over the sink to dry.
To flush the pad just yank, rip, then drop in the toilet and swish around using the patented swish stick. Something i used to do, but considering its biodegradable i don't have too much guilt sending it to the local landfill knowing it wont be there TOO long.
If asked to review Gdiapers, and i know you're totally asking, the only con i would list would be that they dont offer nighttime pads and since the mini-me sleeps from 9 pm to 7 am usually she wakes up with a wet front. If they made a nighttime variety i would certainly purchase it as she needs extra absorption in the overnight hours. Maybe ill try doubling it. Maybe not.
If you plan to sell them as you go up in sizes, and trust me you will want to as they go through sizes every 4 or 5 months, i suggest hand washing and line drying. That way the velcro stays nice and taught and it ends up looking good as new wear after wear.