Both seats fully recline to almost totally flat, The 4 position recline can be fiddly as it is done with zips and you have to go past parts of the frame to fully undo the zip. Also if Spud is leaning on the seat when I want to sit it up I have 30lb of toddler to contend with! Spike moved into the seat part at 5 months and I am very happy with his positioning and he looks very comfortable. I personally don’t like newborns in full-sized seats but with the brilliant recline and the comfortable seats I probably would have used it for a newborn if I didn’t have the carrycot. The bumper bar seems a little bit low and Spud often pushes his knees into it but it’s not a massive issue. I was really impressed with the carrycot. It looks quite small as double carrycots tend to be skinnier but, as I said before, Spike was able to stay in it until he was just over 5 months and he is big for his age. (see pic) It is comfortable and very easy to fit to the chassis. Carry handles in the hood and on the base make it very easy to lift when it’s not on the chassis. It came with its own raincover, mosi net, mattress and blanket. The hoods are independent from each other and both have UV sun canopies that fold down. This is great for Spike but Spud gets annoyed that it blocks his view. They also have windows to peek down and see the children in their seats. They have a cover that can be tied back or velcro so that they don’t flap about. The handle extends to a great height. At 5’11” I have it on the middle setting. If I were to lock it straight up it goes up to my chest! But it also locks low enough to enable my two-year old to push. It has a wrist strap attached the handle for safety which I do use when going down steep hills. It would definitely benefit from a hand brake! There is no doubt that this pushchair looks HUGE. When you push it, it feels a lot smaller than it looks and i have had no problems whatsoever in shops that I didn’t have with a single. At only 75cm wide it is one of the slimmest on the market. It fits nicely on the bus and although I am yet to brave the train with two children I know that it fits on there as well. However this brings me to its one major flaw. It doesn’t collapse small at all. It fills my Laguna estate boot with little room for anything else. It is also very heavy and awkward to carry when it’s folded. They are made in a variety of colours. In Red this gets a lot of attention. I am constantly being stopped and told how gorgeous it is and how people have never seen anything like it before. There are a wide range of accessories available. I have one footmuff which I love. You can remove the front and use it as a lovely, soft, fleecy liner. It’s also a very good size. Spud is a tall boy and often fills footmuffs so I was very impressed that he fitted with room to grow. Overall it is a fantastic system. It suited my needs perfectly and although it is big and heavy when it’s folded that was the compromise that I was more than willing to make so that both my boys had a comfortable ride. It has had some changes made to it for the 2011 Easywalker Duo Plus which look promising for an already great pushchair. It’s lighter, has a more compact fold and now has ribbed seat fabric for ventilation. It also has improved easy fit connectors and a new breaking system. The Easywalker Duo Plus has an RRP of £649.00 for the pushchair and £150.00 for a single carrycot but if you shop around you will find lots of “travel system” deals.