Use the silicone. I always use silicone for faucets and putty for drains except for on cultured marble or plastic sinks, then all silcone. And the Pfister will be a good faucet for you. Remember to call Pfister for free replacement parts and technical assistance if you ever have maintenance issues with the new faucet.
I just use a bead of silicone around the faucet holes and one bead just inside the plastic inner deck plate, so if there is any water that gets under the faucet, it will not drip inside my cabinet. I don't like using plumber's putty anywhere except drains.
Your gonna get mixed reviews here as plumbers like there own things. The simple answer is they will both work just fine. As a service tech I use both depending on the sink style putty can effect the sink more than the faucet. It really depends on what you feel more comfortable using. Both will be a pain to clean up if u replace the faucet but neither will hurt the faucet
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