I chose this high chair for my daughter based mostly on its color scheme. So many of the high chairs I saw were so garish - neon colors, crazy designs, etc. This beige high chair blended into my dining room very well. It claims to be organic, which I think is more of a gimmick than anything else - I mean, how organic can a plastic and vinyl chair be? I do like the fact that the seat is all cotton on one side for a baby, and has vinyl on the other side for a messy toddler. The chair is not perfect - it's a little bulky and taking the cover off and putting it back on is a pain, but it's a really good, basic chair that has worked very well for my child. Sturdiness The Nature's Purest high chair seemed very sturdy for me. Its legs are spread very wide - that's sort of a complaint for me, as it makes the chair bulky and it takes up a lot of floor space, but the wide spread of the legs makes the chair very sturdy and secure. There's no fear of tipping over. Durability I only had one child, but the chair seems to have worn very well. I tossed the seat cover into the washing machine many times, and both the fabric and vinyl sides have been durable and come out looking like new. I've passed the chair onto the child of a friend, and as far as I know, it is still going strong. Design The design was the big selling point for this chair. I love its soft, neutral beige color. It doesn't draw a lot of attention to itself, but sort of blends into the background, which is what I prefer in my dining room. Safety I always felt my daughter was safe in the chair. The harness snaps very securely, and the tray table also snaps into place tightly. As I mentioned, this chair has a wide stance and I was never worried about tipping over. Ease of Cleaning The Nature's Purest high chair is reasonably easy to clean, but some aspects are a hassle. The tray has a secondary tray on top that pops out. It's easy to pop out the secondary tray and wash it, but the secondary tray is also a hassle because bits of food get crammed underneath. I love that the seat cover can be taken off and washed, but taking it off and putting it on is a hassle. I always had to turn the chair upside down to reach all the tiny little elastic fasteners; it took forever.