I'm the one Brian referenced as having recently tested the Ponto Pro and the BP100. My assessment is in the link he gave you.
The Oticon Ponto Pro will fit the Cochlear abutment, although it attaches a little differently than the Divino and the Intenso do. The Cochlear products (Divino, Intenso, and BP100) all have little "stems" that attach to the abutment, the Ponto Pro doesn't have a stem; it has a circle that basically embraces (or wraps around) the abutment.
Cochlear made the BP100 as the upgrade to the Divino and Catherine is correct; they are working on an upgrade to the Intenso. I don't know when that upgrade will be available; Cochlear hasn't announced a date yet.
The Intenso is usually worn by patients who have less than 100% hearing in their "good" ear because it's stronger than the Divino. The Oticon Ponto Pro is comparable to the Divino - not the Intenso.
So if your audiologist and/or doctor was recommending the Intenso to you, it would probably be to your advantage to go with that until an upgrade is available. If they are recommending the Divino, you could choose either the BP100 or the Ponto Pro.
Based on Cochlear's reputation, my high level of satisfaction with my Divino, and the fact that I found the BP100 and Ponto Pro virtually the same, I'm going with the BP100. I talked to my neurotologist last week and I'll be upgrading in January.
Hope this helps. If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to ask.