I really like this stroller it is like a cross between a full size stroller and an umbrella stroller. It has a large basket underneath and a small pouch on the side for small items. There is a kick pad and a foot rest. The tray in front does not swivel. You must completely detach it by snapping it off and it is on there tight. It feels like you are going to snap the plastic. I thought I would break it so I just took it off and leave it off. I also do not like the set up for the parent cup holder and tray. The tray is to shallow and does not hold anything. The upholder is very small and could hold a small to-go cup but not a water bottle or anything. It also only has a lap belt with the part in the middle- there is no harness buckle so when my baby was younger she'd flop to one side. Design It folds up to be pretty compact. And the overall design of the stroller is nice. I do not like the parent of children's tray design. Safety The seat belt is rather low in the seat. It can slide down so far that it is on my baby's hip and not her side. Child Comfort Other than the seat belt issue I think my baby looks comfortable. The seat recline's rather far. The canopy is very high up from the seat so it hardly blocks and sun and definitely not any sprinkles of rain. I ended up purchasing a separate sun shade. Maneuverability Very nice driving stroller. The stroller does not have the bar brake like the Jeep Liberty Strollers which is a huge plus in my opinion. Durability I think this stroller has done well. I notice very little wear and I have used this stroller through two kids and 3 years.