I chose to breed bengal because of they make the most amazing pets, if they are well bred and socialized.
Also, beauty and type are what draw people to bengals, but I would ask about personality. You probably want the one that just melts in your hands like a baby, lays on their back and enjoys all the attention you can dish out.
Because of their outgoing personalities, they are frequently placed as therapy pets. At night my four are so quiet, but they share their love around so that everyone thinks they slept in their bed. They let the kids hold them and rub their faces against them while they fall asleep. You can get them on a regular schedule of waking with your alarm clock. Mine bring toys to my bed when it goes off. Then they are ready for a couple mile walk on a leash or play time with jump toys. There are times when they are so friendly that I have to shut my study door to keep them off the keybaord, but mostly they curl up in the small of my back while I work. My bengals give my sheltie a run for her money when playing fetch.
As far kids go...bengals are so loving and attentive. It is funny how when my daughter skins her knee, her kitty hears her cry, and runs to her to make sure she is OK. She also comes when we snap. They like to jump and play and can usually last as long s the kids. One our last boys went to a home with children 2-11 years old. The baby pats him and likes to share her toys. They tell me he is doing really well and the perfect addition to their family.
Noise....Those that are not spayed or neutered can be quite loud, although they don't speak as frequently as a Simese. In a show setting the majority of the cats are not fixed and many of the girls are in heat. That makes all the boys extra loud.
For Size: You are more likely to see bengals ranging from 12-15 pounds for females and 15-18 pounds for a males. Some are smaller, most have more length to their bodies than other cats. From front paw to back a number of my girls will stretch 36 inches or more.
If you get 2: When a family tells me that they will have to have petsitters frequently, 2 is what I would recommend either that or a dog companion. They don't really like to be alone for long hours. They miss you, then they get board and get into things... a lot like a dog. They will roll and play fight some. Of the families that I have placed 2 with, one is usually more outgoing and they talk back and forth. Usually the husband likes one more and the wife the other...
I miss them playing if I don't have 2 around. Here is a link to some other Bengal Q&A in case you are interested: http://www.belrouge.com/q_and_a.htm I think it is really good if you can go to the breeder and meet the kitten. If you are in the Atlanta area, I would be happy for you to meet mine.