I have the Crewfit 190N plus (harness version) and it is comfortable for me, though to be fair I haven't tried many different types.
I bought mine at the boat show last year where there were lots of deals going, and got a recharge kit at the same time. I then used it when jumping into the swimming pool with full kit on, and it worked a charm - managed to turn me the right way up etc. though the bladders are huge so my arm/head movements were quite restricted when it was inflated.
Some other people found that their 150N lifejackets did not turn them over successfully when their foulies were full of water so it is important to buy the right type of jacket, and test that it works for you, using the gear that you would normally wear on a cold day out.
One of my kids was using a loaner lifejacket in the pool, probably poorly fitting and without crotch straps, and that was useless. It rode up high and was choking her, making everything really difficult.
The spray hood was important too, even in the comfortable environment of a swimming pool, but I wouldn't even think about trying to use a belt mounted hood. I'd never be able to reach in, unpack, and fit a loose spray hood after plopping into a moving sea unexpectedly.
I realize that you spend far more time on deck wearing the lifejacket, and it has to be comfortable there; but it was also an eye-opener to experience the jacket in its inflated state, and appreciate that you need to choose one that is right for when it really matters.