If you're using this as a casual infrequent stroller, it might suit your needs. But we returned ours as soon as we got it -- kind of wobbly and the lack of features didn't meet our needs. The basket underneath isn't even accessible while the back seat is reclined. For our all-day stroller excursions, we definitely needed something more sturdy and with more features. Ended up paying a bit more for the ******* **** version and couldn't be happier with our decision.
No complaints about the functionality of this stroller. Only observation is it's pretty big, and hard to turn. Fits inside the back of my Jeep Liberty just fine. Good for use in stores with wide aisles, doesn't do well in smaller stores due to it's length and turn radius. Also cannot access the basket under the rear seat if the seat is fully reclined, and if an infant car seat is placed in the rear seat, the top of the stroller (cup holder area) almost completely obstructs the view of baby's face and severely limits access to the baby. So, I put my 2 year old in the rear and infant in the front seat. Overall, it's a good stroller but I probably would have purchased a different model in hindsight.
I love how sturdy this stroller is and at the same time light and easy to manuver. The only set back was that the infant seat i had did not fit. It says that the stroller accepts all graco infants but thats not accurate. But its not that big of a problem for me.
This is an easy to assemble stroller. I like the restraints and the shade covers with trays. There is ample storage under the rear seat and it pushes very easily. The covered storage compartment on the handle is too small for my droid ultra, but it still holds the phone, I just can't snap it shut. I watch two girls, ages 2 1/2 and 1 and they love going for walks in it as they can both see and are out of the sun with the shades.