I've tried several brands and types. Got tired of them riding up, so I switched to a Type 1 PFD.Some Type 1 PFDs are the type 5 inflatables, approved as Type 1Most Type 1 PFDs, there is nothing in the back to ride up.
Most Type 1 PFDs offer a little more neck support
Most Type 1 PFDs have open arm side areas so they don't interfere much if you want to paddle
Type 1 PFDs have more floatation (mine is 35 lbs, minimum for Type 1 is 22 lbs; rather than 15-22 lbs for Type 3 [A Type III provides minimum 15.5 pounds of buoyancy ]) and are designed to keep you safer in chop/wind/waves and have SOLAS tape sewn on for better night fishing visibility; many come with a Whistle; some also have a signal light attached by Velcro that come with them.
Just examples of Type 1 vests