This is a great product if you have a newborn/infant. After having my son, I used my Moby to get stuff done when my son wanted to be held. I was able to clean the house and grocery shop with ease. I was also able to take him for many walks around the block while having my hands free. It also helps lull them during those many sleepless nights. I was also able to nurse my son in public in the Moby without anyone else noticing. Once they hit the 20 pound mark though, this product isn't so great as the material stretches. I ended up having to upgrade to a different carrier to keep carrying my son around. Safety I felt safe to carry my son around in it when he was smaller. I never worried about him falling out. Once he got bigger though, as the material stretched, I worried if it would stretch too much and he fall or wiggle out. At that time, I just switched to an Ergo. Baby's Comfort My son could fall asleep within minutes of being in the Moby. Parents' Comfort It is very comfortable and distributes the weight across your body. Ease of Use Once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy to use. It took me a few youtube videos though to get it right. Also, I could never get the back carry to work. Design It's one long piece of fabric. I'm sure you could save money buying fabric at a fabric store and creating your own but Moby does have cute designs on their wraps. Durability Besides the stretching issue, this carrier has held great.