The best advice I can give you would be, shoot both, and see which one you like more! as far as "pros and cons" both companies make outstanding products! There are other bow makers out who make great bows also! Unless your hell bent on buying one of the two you mentioned, try as many as you can get your hands on! You may well find that you like somthing else better. With all the great bows on the market today, you really cant go wrong.
That is the best advice for any bow purchase! Nice job. I have shot both and both are exceptional bows. I shoot Hoyt in both my hunting and in competitive shooting and have shot Hoyt for some 15 years. I am loyal to Hoyt, but would offer the same advice as above. Try each one out. Impulse buying will only result in you kicking yourself in the rear at some point. There are other great bows out there as well such as Bowtech, PSE, and others. Shoot 3-4 different bows, narrow your choices to a couple, figure out your options and pay attention to how each of the bows shoot. Make your decision from there.