Wow! All really great info. Seems like everyone is pro trilam. Here's some more info I've collected from different places as well.
NEOPRENE - 2 kinds
No real buoyancy change as depth changes because the neoprene doesn't compress.
Thinner Material 2-3 mm
Thicker Material 5mm
If there is a leak or flood the neoprene will still keep you warm. Neoprene tends to be a little more expensive and takes longer to dry.
Very lightweight, easy to pack, dries super fast. Tends to be less expensive
Not as durable as neoprene and can tear somewhat easily.
Thanks everyone for contributing. I appreciate the feedback and although I was originally leaning towards getting a neoprene suit I may be take everyone's advice and get a trilaminate instead. I definitely have a little more reading to do.