I'm actually a little surprised to see this many neoprene wader fans. I couldn't imagine walking for miles, climbing rocks, fishing for 8 hours. straight, having them in the back of your car at all times (without getting that smell from still being damp), or being able to throw them on in 1 minute tops when your driving the strip and see a blitz and need to hop out and get dressed as quickly as possible, oh and then be able to run, drive, and sleep in them...no way...I need comfort. Not to mention how hot they are in the spring months, or any warm night throughout the year for that matter. I fish Alaska now, and I'm still using breathables. There is very little need for neoprenes IMHO.
For me its breathable bootfoots. If you want to go brands, its Simms.