Follow your gut and get what YOU feel most comfortable shooting. The one you are more accurate with is the one you should buy. Asthetics will only get you so far. But most importantly, don't make your purchase because some poster said you should get gun A because gun B sucks.
They're all going to have their own opinions, most of which are emotionally attached judgements, but only buy the gun YOU want to. This argument was the same way ten years ago and ten years from now it won't change. Just like another poster said, it's the classic Chevy/Ford debate.
I'd say shoot them both, and pick the one that feels the most comfortable to carry and shoot. Better accuracy is far greater than pleasing either the Glock or the 1911 fans on here. Like I said earlier, go with your gut instincts.
P.s. If it were me, I'd chose a 1911.