As for advantages and disadvantages, well, that depends on who you talk to. A contractor that primarily makes his living installing Wood Foundations will try to stear you away from anything else. And a contractor that makes his living pouring concrete ones will stear you away from Wood Foundations. At the same time, depending on 'who' wrote what you're reading, the 'opinion' / 'statements' may be biased. The sites you find from my Search have BOTH sides. That's what you want to read. At the same time, your 'answer' may depend on below/above basement, finished/unfinished, soil type, and so on. In short, depending on what you're looking for your basement to 'do' for you, and what it will 'do' for your house, will also help guide you to the 'right answer'. I wish I could say it was as straight forward as saying punt.
My best to ya and hope this helps.
PS: For my home, whose basement is below ground and unfinished and, essentially, unheated, I have a poured basement. I have no water issues (as they've all been 'addressed' over time.) I don't intend on doing anything more with my basement so, beings it's poured concrete, I like it for that fact (along with some others that aren't pertinent here, like storage ...)