Finally bottled, so I can preach. It's not so bad! Go for the 22oz. for sure. They seem to be getting scarce, but I found a supplier(in USA), Bob, for Buy Our Bottles. A pallet of 105 cases, or 1260 bottles for $488(38 cents each!). You'd have to get some partners, but, $100 would get you about 20 cases. You could easily pee that $$$ away driving around for small buys.
Advantages: you can experiment with each bottle without having to commit a whole batch: add alcohol(grain neutral spirits, available at some state liquor stores), or dry hop, or both, with any number/combo of hops, other flavors. Experiment!!!
A bottling wand is essential. Mine cost less than $3.
You can open and recap, to check for pressure, carbonation, aroma, etc. If you need to make changes, it costs you only one cap per bottle. If you're conserned with oxidation, add nitrogen or CO2, or, just shake it.
Btw, what the suppliers of flip-tops DO NOT tell you: the tops are plastic, not ceramic, if it matters. The seal of the crown cap is more dependable, and, if you chip the bottle, it's 38 cents. Good luck.