One Piece vs. Two Piece Toilet

Need to replace an old 1974 two piece American Standard toilet and have been trying to figure out the functional/practical difference between the one piece and two piece toilets. I have heard that the older one piece toilets did not flush very well, but this has also been said about the newer 1.6 GPF two piece toilets. I have also noted that there is a distinct price difference between the one vs. two piece with the one piece being the more pricey model. The only product description difference it would seem is that they are "easier to clean". Does anyone have any opinions on which type (and brand perhaps) is better overall when using flushing quality and DIY maintnance/replacement of tank parts as parameters?
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How much noise does it make when flushing?
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Nothing really. It is gravity fed, not air assisted. you could get an air assisted for a lot less, but you have to put up with the noise.

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