I would ask myself what my goals where.
If this is a street/daily driver, I like the marine pistons. Starts well in cold weather, and injectors are everywhere that will make great power. Jeff just finished an engine with them in it for a daily driver coupled with his honed injectors, and 40/60 turbo's. Truck still has the 180hp pump with springs. It made over 600hp and 1200tq, idles clean, spools the turbo's impressively with about 60 pounds max boost. Under power, it is smooth, and at boost clean. This will be my next motor with a slightly different turbo setup.
Arias pistons are nice too. We have them in Darren's truck. Cut for wild cams etc. But starting on cold mornings without ether will not happen. IMO, these are race pistons and are for toys and race trucks.
Another option we have done is mill the marine pistons. This works well especially is you already have them in you motor and need more clearance and decompression.
1998 2500 QC 12v