You'll find the crimp fittings are a lot more available. I have found no local retail plumbing stores in my entire metropolis which sell the expansion style of anything. Also, there is no warranty on the expansion type unless you're certified so I'm told. Not that warranty claims on any plumbing install are that common or plausible anyway.
A lot of plumbers prefer expansion because it's more reliable to install. They claim, they have fewer leaks and they don't even check their fittings. Some plumbers claim it's more durable against things like frozen pipes etc. And, you get less friction due to the interior size of the fittings being larger - that is obvious due to the nature of how they are designed. However, I personally have never had issues with restricted flow anyway.
I've put in thousands of miles of crimp style pex and never once had one of my fittings fail. Never the first time, and never later to my knowledge save a couple of cases where someone's house heating failed and the pipes froze (still not as many issues as I've seen with copper pipes failing due to freezing.) Some of those installs are approaching 10 years old, I've heard of no issues. I use the cinch style clamps, not the copper rings. Mostly because if I have to remove something, it's easier. They are easier to work with in cramped areas as well and from what i've heard, they hold up better than copper.